Making Moves: First Place Parklet Lives On in Spring Arts

It’s no secret we greatly enjoy reimagining how spaces are used. So when we learned the AIA National conference was coming to Philadelphia, we teamed up with Stokes Architecture and Kid Hazo to design an award-winning parklet. The task? To transform a parking space into a spot everyone could enjoy for the AIA Convention Parklet Read More

All Hail the Hale Building: More Non-Traditional Office Space on the Rise

Named after the building’s architect, Willis Gaylord Hale–who also happens to be the mastermind behind the Divine Lorraine–the Hale Building located at the corner of Juniper and Chestnut streets has historical significance to Philadelphia. Brickstone Realty recently announced their plans to restore the Hale Building to its original glory, but with modern upgrades for creative offices and two new Read More

Lauren, Welcome to the Crew!

Happy hour aficionado, interactive design buff, and global traveler: Lauren Hayes is joining the fam as At Media’s new Lead Designer. Lauren is a nationally recognized designer with experience building and maintaining brand identities for clients, ranging from Brita and Sweetly Inked’s NYFW Show, to neighborhood bars and restaurants. Her work has been featured by GOOD Read More

Science Center Celebrates Future Growth #Nucleus2016

The Science Center is expanding its footprint and impact, and continuing to develop as a hub of jobs and a major economic driver in Philadelphia. With a mission to retain Philadelphia’s entrepreneurs and organizations at all levels, the Science Center’s programs and resident companies are responsible for $13 billion dollars of annual revenue in the Read More

Monumental Placemaking: Launching HipCityVeg in DC

DC is getting a healthy dose of Philly after we helped HipCityVeg launch their first out-of-state expansion into our nation’s capital. Our favorite plant-based fast food joint moved into Washington’s Chinatown neighborhood in early June. As the journey down I-95 pushed us both into new territory, we were with them every step of the way. Read More

The Third Place Movement: DesignPhiladelphia Event Recap

For this year’s DesignPhiladelphia Festival, themed “home,” we put together an educational bar crawl #HomeSweetHood in our emerging neighborhoods to explore Philly’s “third places.” As we become more connected people, we bring our work home. The lines of these places and their function are blurred. And as the transformation of our urban core draws more people Read More

Taking it to the Streets: Pop-Up Parklet for AIA Convention

Transforming a parking space to parklet – from a spot for one car to a place all urban residents can use. AIA Philadelphia asked Philadelphians to create a parklet design with the theme “Imagine” for the AIA Convention Parklet Design Competition, and we decided to run with it. Teaming up with Stokes Architecture, Kid Hazo, and Read More

Building a New Image: At Media Rebrands JKRP Architects

You’ve seen their bright orange “under construction” signs all over town. JKRP Architects, formerly JKR Partners Architects, is a full-service architecture firm founded by the well-respected Jerry K. Roller. Known for projects such as Honeygrow, 777 S. Broad Street, the Walgreens on Broad Street, and the newly announced Hale Building, JKRP is one of the Read More

Celebrating: 20th Website Launch in 2016

This year has been a productive one for all of our team, but especially the web design and development team. Led by our rock star (punk rock if you really want to know) – Mike Medoro, At Media has successfully launched 20 beautiful websites in 2016. Like always, we have had a lot of fun making Read More

Countdown to Launch: Make a Plan for Your Website's Debut

Launching a new website is exciting – and a little scary at times. A strategy for the launch of your new website helps avoid mistakes, highlights commonly overlooked items, and makes for the most successful debut to the public. A new website takes months of thinking, designing, building, writing copy, and designating people to help, Read More