Philadelphia’s Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University recently invited representatives of the Patch/Work team to present their award-winning submission to the Living City Design Competition at its Urban Sustainability Forum, an initiative which advocates the goal of making Philadelphia “the greenest, most livable, and most sustainable city in America.” The event, which can be seen in its entirety above, was moderated by Next American City Executive Director Diana Lind and began with a collaborative presentation by Partner Richard Roark, DIGSAU Principal Jeff Goldstein and Interface Studio Principal Scott Page. It was followed by a question and answer panel discussion between the presenters and audience members.

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