Curtis Institute of Music

The Curtis Institute of Music, a renowned conservatory in Philadelphia, neighbors Rittenhouse Square in a historic building that was once the residence of the Curtis family. INTECH renovated the interiors of the building to accommodate modern needs of the institution’s students. Demolition of the center core of the building made way for a new elevator […]

The Newman Center

The Penn Catholic Newman Center is the first and oldest of over 2,000 Newman Centers in the nation. The new glass-enclosed addition introduces a modern language and links two historic stone buildings, an existing church and the existing Newman Center, creating a gracious entrance through the landscaped courtyard. The new glass entry brings much-needed light […]

Tacony Library

Tacony Library is on the Philadelphia Historic Register, originally constructed in 1906 as part of the Andrew Carnegie $1.5M grant to Philadelphia. Located at the intersection of Torresdale Avenue and Knorr Street, the existing building has an elevated main floor, with a steep set of stairs at the main entrance facing Torresdale Avenue. This project […]

Lovett Library

Located at the corner of Germantown Avenue and East Sedgwick Street in the Mt. Airy section of Philadelphia, Lovett Memorial Library is comprised of an original 1886 stone structure and a modern 1960 addition. The 21st Century Libraries project added a second addition, expanding the overall square footage and meeting the new program requirements. The […]

Logan Library

Logan Library is on the Philadelphia Historic Register, originally constructed in 1917 as part of the Andrew Carnegie $1.5M grant to Philadelphia. Located one block east of North Broad Street at the intersection of Wagner Avenue and Old York Road, the T-shaped building occupies a large triangular site with many mature trees. The building is […]

Lillian Marrero Library

One of the primary goals of the Lillian Marrero Library project was to provide a clear and accessible street level entry into the building. Listed on the Philadelphia Historic Register, the existing building was constructed in 1906 as part of the Andrew Carnegie $1.5M grant to Philadelphia, and has a large set of stone stairs […]

Free Library of Philadelphia – 21st Century Libraries Initiative

While still providing rows of books, today’s Free Library of Philadelphia also provides digital books, music, and videos, programming about wide-ranging subjects, and job-search workshops. The “Building Inspiration: 21st Century Libraries Initiative” will redefine the Free Library as a central resource in every neighborhood in Philadelphia. INTECH renovated and expanded four neighborhood libraries, with the […]

Walnut Street Theatre Addition

The Walnut Street Theatre, founded in 1809, is America’s oldest theatre and a National Historic Landmark. The original building at the corner of 9th and Walnut Streets has undergone many interior renovations in its more than 200-year history, and contains a large proscenium theater as well as an intimate performance studio on the third floor. […]

Museum of the American Revolution

The Museum of the American Revolution houses artifacts, manuscripts, art, and objects from the period of the American Revolution, and tells the complete story of our nation’s independence.

Congregation Rodeph Shalom

The 1928 building housing Congregation Rodeph Shalom is on the National Register of Historic Places. Located on Broad Street just north of City Hall, the Congregation planned an expansion that would not only add programmable space to their existing building, but also would solve a variety of access issues inherent to the building. By expanding […]