PHILLY ROW

While rowhouses aren’t unique to Philadelphia, they are part of what makes Philadelphia unique. 70% of Philadelphians live in them—but how have they shaped our city? Who built them and who were they built for? Why are there so many of these houses? PhillyRow is an exploration of this versatile and ubiquitous building type. This project is a collaboration between three Temple University professors at Tyler School of Art and Architecture. They are Clifton Fordham (Assistant Professor of Architecture), Abby Guido (Assistant Professor of Graphic and Interactive Design), and Bryan Satalino (Assistant Professor of Graphic and Interactive Design). ​​​​​​

PHILLY ROW

While rowhouses aren’t unique to Philadelphia, they are part of what makes Philadelphia unique. 70% of Philadelphians live in them—but how have they shaped our city? Who built them and who were they built for? Why are there so many of these houses? PhillyRow is an exploration of this versatile and ubiquitous building type. This project is a collaboration between three Temple University professors at Tyler School of Art and Architecture. They are Clifton Fordham (Assistant Professor of Architecture), Abby Guido (Assistant Professor of Graphic and Interactive Design), and Bryan Satalino (Assistant Professor of Graphic and Interactive Design). ​​​​​​

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