Winter is the perfect time to take in some quiet, contemplative nature. Walk around, read a book, and most of all, be alone in these thoughtful, gorgeous locations.
Everyone loves having that one glorious piece of furniture to show off in their home—especially when it's one of a kind. So behold: 18 awesome furniture stores in Philadelphia that can help you find your dream couch, coffee table, bar cart, etc.
Introducing Editor’s Notes, a biweekly newsletter from Kelsey Keith.
With the help of Docomomo PHL, here's a starting list of the most iconic modern buildings in the city, from the PSFS building to the Moore College of Art & Design.
The new owner of a Queen Village house figures out just how complicated it is to move into a Trinity rowhome.
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Whether you are a seasoned traveler or a newbie, this guide—covering how to get there, where to stay and eat, and survival tips—will help you navigate Philly’s airport with minimal stress.
See something historic? Say something. Here’s a beginner’s guide to nominating a building, structure, district, or street for historic designation.
It has two beds and two baths
There’s more to the region than boardwalk funnel cake.
It has three bedrooms
The architects and structures that shaped the 20th-century style—and the fate of their legacy.
In the next installment of Renovation Diary, Trinity owner RoseAnn Hill explains why she hired an architect and details the design plans for every floor.
As our Renovation Diary series begins, an out-of-towner dives into her latest home renovation project in Philly.
Wildwood’s time-capsule motels reveal the risk of preservation at all costs
Complete with waterfall
It looks a lot different now than 70 years ago
Welcome to Curbed's map of secret gardens, parks, and green spaces throughout Philly. For the purposes of our map, the word "secret" applies to everything from tiny neighborhood gardens to some larger parks that are under-appreciated.
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Lola Arellano-Fryer owns in Philly and works in Brooklyn. Here’s how she navigates her double life.
Was the Philadelphia School of Architecture a radical movement?
There's so much to see and do in Philly, but we get it: Sometimes you just need to get away. So good thing there are plenty of charming small towns scattered within two hours of this city that make for easy day trips or overnight stays.