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The home of an artist will always resonate with the considerations of a well-trained eye.  more
What did all those DIYers ever do before HGTV? more
Most homeowners ultimately need to make a choice about everything in their homes. The biggest and very first choice is which home to live in.  more
Last week, "Good Morning America" came to Chestnut Hill. They were here to celebrate our "Main Street." more
This summer, area landscape designers aren’t just sticking to what’s local.  more
As designers, we wanted the transformational magic of our work to be accessible to people from all income brackets.  more
We all know that buying organic produce is good for your health. But growing it is even better. more
There are those among us who relish a clean-lined room. This column is more for the individuals who lean toward classicism. more
One of my favorite projects we have done to date is the lobby, elevators and lounge of the Madison Building on City Avenue. more
Does the New York Times magazine story, "Sweatpants Forever," portend an influence on architecture and home design? more
A tiny backyard can be a spiritual oasis. more
Windows have always played an important role in any room’s design.  more
Designing rooms for children always presents a rare opportunity to revisit our younger selves and imaginations. more
The anticipation of seeing a building that was built hundreds of years ago still holds that unique wonder. more
Chestnut Hill contains many important examples of Midcentury Modern design. But others also deserve attention -- like the former residence of James Bond, scheduled for a sheriff's sale. more
Studio IQL is located on Indian Queen Lane, in a converted church. I made an offer on it the first time I saw the building.  more
Not everyone appreciates the roar of chainsaws outside their window first thing in the morning, but it was music to the ears of Pastorius Park neighbor Kava Franklin. more
Flower lovers, rejoice. Germantown Avenue is about to burst into bloom again, and it won’t just be at street level. more
The “Kid’s Zone” at the Jenks Academy for the Arts and Sciences, a perennially favorite part of Chestnut Hill’s Home & Garden Festival, is back again this year. more
The Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania, the official arboretum of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is celebrating its 90th anniversary as a public garden this year in a big way. more
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