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My Pittsburgh: Bea Spolidoro, Assoc. AIA
Bea Spolidoro, Assoc. AIA, was born in Milan, Italy. After an internship at Rothschild Doyno Collaborative in 2012, she joined the firm in 2013 as an Intern. She takes photos of Pittsburgh, telling the story of the city she now calls home.

Bea Spolidoro, Assoc. AIA, was born in Milan, Italy. After an internship at Rothschild Doyno Collaborative in 2012, she joined the firm in 2013 as an Intern. She takes photos of Pittsburgh, telling the story of the city she now calls home.

Bea Spolidoro, Assoc. AIA, was born in Milan, Italy. After an internship at Rothschild Doyno Collaborative in 2012, she joined the firm in 2013 as an Intern. She takes photos of Pittsburgh, telling the story of the city she now calls home.

As the city changes, it becomes more green.

As the city changes, it becomes more green.

As the city changes, it becomes more green.

Downtown Pittsburgh is an interesting mix of old and new.

Downtown Pittsburgh is an interesting mix of old and new.

Downtown Pittsburgh is an interesting mix of old and new.

My Pittsburgh: Bea Spolidoro, Assoc. AIA.

My Pittsburgh: Bea Spolidoro, Assoc. AIA.

My Pittsburgh: Bea Spolidoro, Assoc. AIA.

The murals and public art have become an important part of revitalizing the city.

The murals and public art have become an important part of revitalizing the city.

The murals and public art have become an important part of revitalizing the city.

People are engaged in discussing problems and looking for new directions to take.

People are engaged in discussing problems and looking for new directions to take.

People are engaged in discussing problems and looking for new directions to take.

My Pittsburgh: Bea Spolidoro, Assoc. AIA.

My Pittsburgh: Bea Spolidoro, Assoc. AIA.

My Pittsburgh: Bea Spolidoro, Assoc. AIA.

Pittsburgh has not had the easiest path, but it is a city that is changing.

Pittsburgh has not had the easiest path, but it is a city that is changing.

Pittsburgh has not had the easiest path, but it is a city that is changing.

There is enthusiasm in the air.

There is enthusiasm in the air.

There is enthusiasm in the air.

And a fair number of awesome people ready for change!

And a fair number of awesome people ready for change!

And a fair number of awesome people ready for change!

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In Memoriam: Jim Johnson, AIA

James Boyd Johnson, AIA passed away on Thursday, September 11, 2014, at his home in Clearwater, FL at the age of 83. He is survived by his loving wife, Susan M. Johnson; and his children, Jeffrey M. Johnson and wife, Colleen, Leanne J. Mihelic and husband, Michael, Jocelyn Johnson Gold and husband, Andrew and James C. Johnson and wife, Tiffany. He was also blessed with eight grandchildren, Kelly and Jeffrey Johnson, Morgan and Parker Mihelic, Sophia Gold and Ava, Lilah and Adelaide Johnson. Johnson was a prominent architect and CEO of the venerable Pittsburgh, PA architectural firm, JSA. He began his notable career in architecture in 1957. By 1980, Johnson became owner and CEO of Johnson/Schmidt & Associates, later renamed as...

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Sep 18, 2014

The Custom Residential Architects Network, a Knowledge Community of the AIA, is pleased to announce its 7th Annual Symposium, entitled ‘The Architecture of Influence,’ which will focus on the design and construction of new houses in historic towns and cities. The Symposium will feature eight talks, three panel discussions, and house tours in downtown Charleston and on Kiawah Island. For more information, tickets, and to register, please visit us here. Live Streaming by Houzz Download the flyer announcing speakers and highlights!  REGISTRATION Early Late  Early registration ends July 31, 2015 $300 $350 AIA Member* $400 $450 Non-Member* $150 $150 Guest Pass** $100 $100 Gala Dinner Ticket $55 $55 Home Tour Only $50 $50 Thursday Keynote $50 $50 Friday Keynote

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