"in the end, and no matter the size of the project, my goal is to create a space that's equally a reflection of my clients and myself...a space tailored to their lifestyle or needs with my discerning eye."
title. project 01
city. naples. fla
size. 8000 sf
With more than twenty-five years of experience in architectural interior design, David Morgan, president and owner of Morgan Design has offered insightful and creative guidance to a select group of clients whose design needs extend beyond the one and done. Whether your focus is on managing custom design projects, decorating your home or simply wanting to explore a concept, David welcomes the opportunity to work with you.
The Edward W. Bok Technical High School was a public high school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, designed by Irwin Catharine and named after Edward William Bok. It was completed in February 1938 by the Public Works Administration (WPA) as a vocational high school at 8th & Mifflin Streets. As part of the Philadelphia Public Schools' Multiple Property Submission, the school was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in December, 1986. Bok High School was reorganized in 2006-2007 to prepare students for jobs in modern technology. After the 2012-2013 school year, the school was closed.
In Summer 2014, Bok was put up for auction by the School District and the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation. Scout was selected as the developer in September 2014 and has proposed converting the building into a new destination for makers, creatives, innovators and entrepreneurs.
The “Building Bok” project involves renovations to 350,000 square feet to provide community amenities, artists space and a boutique hotel.