BWA and the firm’s relationship to the greater Philadelphia area

Mt. Airy Art Garage Nears Completion

With the aid of dedicated community volunteers, BWA project manager Morrie Zimmerman led the transformation of a 5,000 square foot warehouse into the Mt. Airy Art Garage (MAAG). This multi-purpose art space will provide opportunities for artists in Northwest Philadelphia (Germantown, Mt. Airy, and Chestnut Hill) to create, exhibit, and distribute […]

May 16th, 2012|BWA in the Community, Construction Updates|

BWA Principal Continues on Collaborative Board of Directors

The Community Design Collaborative has welcomed its 2012 board of directors, including founding member, and BWA principal, Richard Winston!

Created by a handful of volunteers in 1991, the Collaborative is now a 501(c) 3 nonprofit corporation with an active, multi-disciplinary board, a staff, and a volunteer base of over 900 design professionals. BWA is […]

January 31st, 2012|BWA in the Community|

Season’s Greetings from BWA

December 12th, 2011|BWA in the Community, Communications|

BWA in the Current Issue of Philadelphia Weekly

November 28th, 2011|BWA in the Community, BWA in the News|

Park(ing) Day 2011

On September 16th, BWA constructed a temporary park on the 600 block of Chestnut Street in Philadelphia.  For more information about this community and international event see


September 22nd, 2011|BWA in the Community|

BWA in the Community

Volunteerism for SHARE Charette – The Community Design Collaborative and the Delaware Valley Green Building Council sponsored a design charette to explore creative and sustainable strategies for the adaptive re-use of an 116,000 s.f.  industrial building and site to become a” food hub.”  The core users will be SHARE (building owner and […]

August 13th, 2011|BWA in the Community|