After over two decades the iconic Rittenhouse Square restaurant has been updated by its original designer, Marguerite Rodgers. The 10-week renovation updates the spirit of romance, conviviality, and joie de vivre, while borrowing elements from the original 1998 design. Read Michael Klein’s interview with Meg on Rouge then and now here. Recent press also includes Philly.com, Eater Philadelphia and Philly Voice.
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Philadelphia’s Old City is home to Independence Hall, Betsy Ross’ house, and the final resting place of Benjamin Franklin himself. In warm weather and cold alike, the neighborhood crawls with tourists hungry for a taste of history and eager to see some of what Philadelphia has to offer.
First Look: What’s New in Kitchen Design and Technology
In 1997, Wharton graduates Ellen Yin and Roberto Sella partnered to launch a new restaurant in Philadelphia. Called Fork, it would make an immediate impression in Old City, which was in the throes of a transformation from a former industrial and manufacturing hub to a loft district populated by artists and creatives. Two decades later, Fork is not only still open, it’s busier than ever.
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A small but muscular addition creates a campus gateway and, along with the renovation of a neighboring building, reunites the arts. Click here to read the full article.
An 18th-century home gets new life with a top-to-bottom makeover that seamlessly bridges past and present.
The inviting corner space was transformed by long-time collaborator Marguerite Rodgers Interior Design. The décor will feature ash-colored wood-topped tables, industrial fixtures and redesigned church pew booths set on a white-washed concrete floor.
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