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Photo c/o InLiquid Art + Design

September 16, 2016

Constructing Organics
October 6-16 | 12:00PM - 6:00PM
Park Towne Place South Tower, 2200 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy
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Photo courtesy of University of Pennsylvania

September 12, 2016

PENNOVATION WORKS OPEN HOUSE
THURSDAY 10/6 | 5:00 – 8:00 PM
Pennovation Works 3401 Grays Ferry Avenue

Photo c/o PlayWorld

September 12, 2016

Most people are drawn to strong geometric shapes and color. That’s one of the reasons Playworld, a leading commercial playground equipment manufacturer committed to saving unstructured outdoor play, recently launched PlayCubes.

September 6, 2016

While you will experience amazing creative variety as you explore DesignPhiladelphia, every creative expression has one thing in common: It started with design thinking. 

National Design Award-winner Stephen Burks to visit Philadelphia Museum of Art, CHAD, and Roche Bobois in October

September 1, 2016

Designer Stephen Burks will take part in a three-event celebration of his achievements during DesignPhiladelphia in October 2016.

photo c/o Moto Designshop

August 31, 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

CONTACT: 
Ann Dinh 
215.592.9300 ext. 5 
[email protected] 

MOTO DESIGNSHOP OPEN HOUSE 

August 11, 2016

The 12th Annual DesignPhiladelphia Festival events are up! This year’s theme is HOME. In 2016, the DesignPhiladelphia festival will focus on events and programs that demonstrate how design can strengthen our connections to places, to ourselves, and to each other.

July 13, 2016

This year's DesignPhiladelphia Kickoff Party is definitely one for the masses. Presented by our title sponsor, Philadelphia University, this party is sure to be jam-packed with those in the design community know.

Signs of Change Exhibition for DesignPhiladelphia. Image Credit: Chris Kendig Photography

December 3, 2015

Throughout DesignPhiladelphia, local organizations, Here's My Chance + Street Dept.  presented a collection of 60 "Vote Here" signs as a part of the project, Next Stop: Democracy. Together, these artists' "Vote Here" signs created a 1-day, pop-up art installation across Philadelph