(L to R) Olympia Kazi, Inga Saffron, Becky Quintal, Whasoon Lisa Lee, Jim Ballard
Inga Saffron, architecture critic for the Philadelphia Inquirer, chaired the fifth Breakfast Club discussion at the New York Center for Architecture. Check our Facebook page for pictures, and become a fan while you’re at it!
As per request, the following is a list of sites Ms. Saffron referenced in her presentation on Philadelphia:
Piazza at Schmidts, Erdy McHenry Architecture; American Lofts, Winka Dubbledam; The Murano, Solomon Cordwell Buenz; 10 Rittenhouse, Robert A.M. Stern Architects; 1706 Rittenhouse, Cope Linder; Symphony House, BLT Architects; Rag Flats, Thin Flats, Tim McDonald of Onion Flats Architects; Sheridan Street housing, Brian Phillips and Interface Studio Architects; New Martin Luther King houses, Torti Galllas; The $100K house, Interface Studio; 108 Arch Street, SHoP; Waterfront Square, WRT; Dockside, BLT; Residences at the Ritz-Carlton, Handel Associates; Ayer Condos, Wesley Wei; Union Trust Steakhouse, Frank Furness, Paul Philipe Cret (original) and DAS Design; Domus; Radian, Erdy McHenry; The Hub; Drexel’s Millenium Tower, Erdy McHenry; Cira Centre, Pelli, et al.; Comcast tower, Robert A.M. Stern; Kimmel Center, Rafael Vinoly; Independence Mall, National Constitution Center, Henry Cobb