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October 15th, 2018

Growing to Greatness

The Collaborative's 2015 conceptual design for a green schoolyard at AMY Northwest has had many ripple effects—engaged students and teachers, an outdoor classroom, and a $500,000 grant from the Trust for Public Land.

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Our 2018 Community Design Award Winner
The conceptual design for the West Parkside Youth Sports and Community Learning Center is the recipient of AIA Philadelphia's 2018 Community Design Award. The award recognizes one...
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Taking Mentorship Outside the Office
Lance Rothstein, AIA and Mostafa Khard recently sat down with the Collaborative’s Stewart Scott to talk about volunteering to provide cost estimating for a feasibility study to...
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Alice K. Berman, AIA Receives Alan Greenberger Award
Were were pleased to present the 2017 Alan Greenberger Award to Alice K. Berman, AIA. This annual award recognizes Community Design Collaborative leaders for their commitment and...
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Alan Greenberger Award Honors Jeffrey Brummer
The Community Design Collaborative will honor Jeffrey Brummer, AIA with its 2018 Alan Greenberger Award. This annual award recognizes an architect for their significant...
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Collaborative welcomes new board members
The Community Design Collaborative is pleased to welcome Kevin Flynn, David Gest, and Lea Oxenhandler to our 2018 Board of Directors. They each bring unique skills and experience...
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Collaborative welcomes six new board members
The Community Design Collaborative welcomes Modesto Bigas-Valedon, AIA, LEED AP BD + C; Rose Gray; Robert Leonard, Esq.; Charles Moleski; Maria Sourbeer; and Julie Wiley, PE to...
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Falling in love with Philly
Midwestern transplant Richard Hwang fell in love with Philly – partly through his volunteer work with the Collaborative. He combines his passion for community service with his...
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Our 2017 Community Design Award Winner
Frankford CDC and a multi-faceted team of volunteer design professionals received the Collaborative’s Community Design Award. Their objective was to tame the chaotic, five-point...
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Partners for Change: Ballinger
Few architectural practices enjoy the longevity of Ballinger, based in Philadelphia since 1878. The firm pioneered interdisciplinary practice from its earliest years and today...
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