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TEST RUN: Jorge Reyes of Providence displays pastries called pastelitos at the Culinary Hub of Providence – CHOP – a workforce training restaurant that’s due to open this spring in the Providence Public Library. Reyes is in the early stages of culinary ­training.
PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

Building restaurant in Providence library is far from by the book

These days, it’s not so silent in the Providence Public Library. And PPL isn’t unique in that regard – while libraries haven’t completely abandoned quiet...

I-195 Commission hears 4 proposals for ‘parcel 1A’

PROVIDENCE – The I-195 Redevelopment District Commission on Wednesday heard four proposals for “parcel 1A,” the property directly adjacent to the Providence River that is now used as...

Five Questions With: Christine West

KITE Architects Inc. co-owner Christine West has served as chair of the Providence City Plan Commission since 2012, overseeing the approval process for preliminary...
Vuthy Lay / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Q&A Vuthy Lay

Vuthy Lay | KITE Architects Inc. architectural designer Vuthy Lay in 2019 completed the DESIGNxRI Emerge Program, then earned a bachelor’s degree in architecture from...

PBN survey: Most R.I. businesses foresee recovery from pandemic within a...

Despite the economic devastation inflicted by COVID-19, Rhode Island businesspeople remain optimistic that the worst is over and their businesses can only improve in...
SHINING EXAMPLE: Dietrich Neumann, a professor of the history of modern architecture at Brown University, stands in front of the university’s Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, which he says is one of the best modern buildings in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

R.I. architects: Government shouldn’t dictate style

Classical design is found in public buildings across much of Rhode Island. The architectural style appears in the columns of courthouses and the rotundas...
MIDCENTURY MODERN: Jim DeRentis, a sales associate with Residential Properties, has sold this house at 51 Prospect St. in the College Hill section of Providence three times. The midcentury modern was originally built in the early 1980s and has had several renovations since. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Many R.I. homebuyers displaying a modern (design) love

When you think about Rhode Island architecture, the shingle-style homes overlooking the ocean and the colonials that define streets in Providence, Newport and other...

Curbs to historic tax credit could hurt R.I.

A proposed change to the federal tax code could have outsized impact on Rhode Island, where historic but dilapidated mill buildings and commercial structures...
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