All-Inclusive Architecture

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February 5, 2009
Originally published in Born Again!
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  Architect Anthony Bracali stands in the middle of Love Park—a favorite spot for skateboarders, even though they’re no longer welcome here. Love Park served as Bracali’s muse for the yet-to-be-built Schuylkill River Skatepark, which he hopes will help bring skateboarding into the social fold of the city.
    Architect Anthony Bracali stands in the middle of Love Park—a favorite spot for skateboarders, even though they’re no longer welcome here. Love Park served as Bracali’s muse for the yet-to-be-built Schuylkill River Skatepark, which he hopes will help bring skateboarding into the social fold of the city.
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  Bracali’s design plants the new skatepark firmly in the middle of the city and incorporates elements that will be welcoming to both skaters and nonskaters.
    Bracali’s design plants the new skatepark firmly in the middle of the city and incorporates elements that will be welcoming to both skaters and nonskaters.
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  The prime real estate allocated for the Schuylkill River Skatepark is a testament to the city’s willingness to embrace a neglected segment of the population.
    The prime real estate allocated for the Schuylkill River Skatepark is a testament to the city’s willingness to embrace a neglected segment of the population.
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