• 90 pittsburgh neighborhoods
    One plein air painter's love letter to his city, composed of 90 unique paintings.
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  • Stephen Winikoff, AIA
    This transplant to Pittsburgh thinks the BAYER sign atop Mount Washington needs to go!
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  • The wrong house
    A look into the architecture of Alfred Hitchcock.
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    Optimizing Opportunities and Resources
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    View this year's award-winning projects!
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90 Neighborhoods - One Artist
Artist Ron Donoughe captures the essence of Pittsburgh in

Artist Ron Donoughe captures the essence of Pittsburgh in "90 Neighborhoods" at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, May 15 - August 9, 2015. Donoughe fell in love with the architecture of the city while tackling his ambitious plein air project. We are pleased to present 10 selected works here, beginning with the Sheraden neighborhood.

Artist Ron Donoughe captures the essence of Pittsburgh in "90 Neighborhoods" at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, May 15 - August 9, 2015. Donoughe fell in love with the architecture of the city while tackling his ambitious plein air project. We are pleased to present 10 selected works here, beginning with the Sheraden neighborhood.

Brookline by Ron Donoughe.

Brookline by Ron Donoughe.

Brookline by Ron Donoughe.

Crafton Heights by Ron Donoughe.

Crafton Heights by Ron Donoughe.

Crafton Heights by Ron Donoughe.

Central Lawrenceville by Ron Donoughe.

Central Lawrenceville by Ron Donoughe.

Central Lawrenceville by Ron Donoughe.

Knoxville by Ron Donoughe.

Knoxville by Ron Donoughe.

Knoxville by Ron Donoughe.

Overbrook by Ron Donoughe.

Overbrook by Ron Donoughe.

Overbrook by Ron Donoughe.

Manchester by Ron Donoughe.

Manchester by Ron Donoughe.

Manchester by Ron Donoughe.

Arlington by Ron Donoughe.

Arlington by Ron Donoughe.

Arlington by Ron Donoughe.

Hazelwood by Ron Donoughe.

Hazelwood by Ron Donoughe.

Hazelwood by Ron Donoughe.

Strip District by Ron Donoughe.

Strip District by Ron Donoughe.

Strip District by Ron Donoughe.

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  • Stephen Winikoff, AIA

    Architect... or Dogwalker?

  • 90 Neighborhoods

    Ron Donoughe's Love Letter to Pittsburgh

  • Looking Inside “The Wrong House”

    The Architecture of Alfred Hitchcock

July @ the AIA

It’s July, it’s hot, and you’re counting down the days (or hours) until vacation. Things may feel slower, even sluggish, on these 90° days, but the AIA is still at it, putting your dues dollars to work! While the calendar may not look very full, AIA Pittsburgh is working full-throttle as Design Pittsburgh approaches. Have a project you’re particularly proud of? A great design you want to show off to other professionals? A contender for an Honor Award? Submit it to our annual Design Awards Competition! In the meantime, here is a breakdown of events and opportunities happening this month at the AIA. Paula Maynes, AIA AIA Pennsylvania ARE Grant - The deadline for this first-ever ARE grant for Associate...

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Perspectives from the Pier

Jul 8, 2015 5:30 pm

Join AIA Pittsburgh and Riverlife Pittsburgh on July 8th to meet the local designers and architects who have proposals on display in the #tbd exhibition under the Ft. Duquesne Bridge. Learn about the ideas and concepts behind their designs. The exhibit hosts a variety of past proposals from AIA Pittsburgh’s Young Architects Studio Competition (YASC) that focus on design solutions for urban voids and underutilized places and spaces along the riverfronts. An informal discussion with the designers and architects will foster conversation about innovative ways to approach this regional design challenge. Weather permitting, this event is free and open to the public. #TBD, a concept for two public art projects that will bring dramatic changes and attention to the downtown Allegheny riverfront underneath the Fort Duquesne...

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