If this is the kind of big box restaurant Philly is getting, maybe the idea isn’t so bad after all. In her column today, Philadelphia Inquirer architecture critic Inga Saffron takes a look at the building that will house the Cheesecake Factory, set to open next year on 15th and Walnut. Instead of a lifeless concrete box, the cube will be all glass and steel, modern yet giving a nod to the stone structures that surround it. The look isn’t exactly surprising - the building is by Philly firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, which is famous for designing the glass-encased Apple stores. Head over to read more from Saffron.