Inga Saffron, The Inquirer's architecture critic, writes about architecture, design and planning issues. She was awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize in Criticism. Her popular column, "Changing Skyline", has been appearing on Fridays in the paper’s Home & Design section since 1999. In 2012, she completed a Loeb Fellowship at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.
0 CommentsThe James Corner-designed Race Street Pier has hogged the most attention of any Delaware Waterfront improvement, but it is not the only pier... Read more
0 CommentsBarely a month after two Harvard architecture students started an online petition to force the vaunted Pritzker Prize to recognize one of America's... Read more
0 CommentsI went down to the Philadelphia Navy Yard yesterday to take a look at the architecture of the new GlaxoSmithKline building (by Robert A.M.... Read more
0 CommentsI went down to the Philadelphia Navy Yard yesterday to take a look at the architecture of the new GlaxoSmithKline building but what really... Read more