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Along the Rivers: A Juried Exhibition
Part of Design Pittsburgh 2014, “Along the Rivers” is a photographic exhibit presented in conjunction with the Young Architects Studio Competition (YASC). “Urban Voids: Opportunities Along the Rivers” challenges young architects to design creative solutions for the underdeveloped and underutilized urban voids along Pittsburgh’s river fronts. Photo: Jack Scholl.

Part of Design Pittsburgh 2014, “Along the Rivers” is a photographic exhibit presented in conjunction with the Young Architects Studio Competition (YASC). “Urban Voids: Opportunities Along the Rivers” challenges young architects to design creative solutions for the underdeveloped and underutilized urban voids along Pittsburgh’s river fronts. Photo: Jack Scholl.

Part of Design Pittsburgh 2014, “Along the Rivers” is a photographic exhibit presented in conjunction with the Young Architects Studio Competition (YASC). “Urban Voids: Opportunities Along the Rivers” challenges young architects to design creative solutions for the underdeveloped and underutilized urban voids along Pittsburgh’s river fronts. Photo: Jack Scholl.

The photo exhibition will be on display at The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Education Center at 805/807 Liberty Avenue during the Gallery Crawl on September 26, PechaKucha Night on October 9, and during the Design Awards Ceremony & Gala on October 23. Photo: Barbara G. Walker.

The photo exhibition will be on display at The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Education Center at 805/807 Liberty Avenue during the Gallery Crawl on September 26, PechaKucha Night on October 9, and during the Design Awards Ceremony & Gala on October 23. Photo: Barbara G. Walker.

The photo exhibition will be on display at The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Education Center at 805/807 Liberty Avenue during the Gallery Crawl on September 26, PechaKucha Night on October 9, and during the Design Awards Ceremony & Gala on October 23. Photo: Barbara G. Walker.

The juried exhibit was open to everyone and selected images will be on display during Design Pittsburgh events. Photos, clockwise from top left: Barbara G. Walker, Vincent Zeng, Joanna Beres, Assoc. AIA, Marie Routledge, David Saint-Jacques, Joanna Beres.

The juried exhibit was open to everyone and selected images will be on display during Design Pittsburgh events. Photos, clockwise from top left: Barbara G. Walker, Vincent Zeng, Joanna Beres, Assoc. AIA, Marie Routledge, David Saint-Jacques, Joanna Beres.

The juried exhibit was open to everyone and selected images will be on display during Design Pittsburgh events. Photos, clockwise from top left: Barbara G. Walker, Vincent Zeng, Joanna Beres, Assoc. AIA, Marie Routledge, David Saint-Jacques, Joanna Beres.

Dozens of images were submitted for consideration. Photo: Thomas D'Andrea.

Dozens of images were submitted for consideration. Photo: Thomas D'Andrea.

Dozens of images were submitted for consideration. Photo: Thomas D'Andrea.

The images feature Pittsburgh’s rivers and riverfronts and are on display alongside the designs proposed by young architects. Photos, clockwise from top left: Thomas D'Andrea, Paul Bench, Ralph Pagone, Jason Furda, Beth Hollerich, Joanna Beres, Assoc. AIA.

The images feature Pittsburgh’s rivers and riverfronts and are on display alongside the designs proposed by young architects. Photos, clockwise from top left: Thomas D'Andrea, Paul Bench, Ralph Pagone, Jason Furda, Beth Hollerich, Joanna Beres, Assoc. AIA.

The images feature Pittsburgh’s rivers and riverfronts and are on display alongside the designs proposed by young architects. Photos, clockwise from top left: Thomas D'Andrea, Paul Bench, Ralph Pagone, Jason Furda, Beth Hollerich, Joanna Beres, Assoc. AIA.

 Along the Rivers: A Juried Exhibition. Photo: Paul Bench.

Along the Rivers: A Juried Exhibition. Photo: Paul Bench.

Along the Rivers: A Juried Exhibition. Photo: Paul Bench.

Along the Rivers: A Juried Exhibition. Photos, clockwise from top left: Thomas D'Andrea, Vincent Zeng, Jason Furda, Jason Furda, Beth Hollerich, Joanna Beres, Assoc. AIA.

Along the Rivers: A Juried Exhibition. Photos, clockwise from top left: Thomas D'Andrea, Vincent Zeng, Jason Furda, Jason Furda, Beth Hollerich, Joanna Beres, Assoc. AIA.

Along the Rivers: A Juried Exhibition. Photos, clockwise from top left: Thomas D'Andrea, Vincent Zeng, Jason Furda, Jason Furda, Beth Hollerich, Joanna Beres, Assoc. AIA.

Along the Rivers: A Juried Exhibition. Photo: Jason Furda.

Along the Rivers: A Juried Exhibition. Photo: Jason Furda.

Along the Rivers: A Juried Exhibition. Photo: Jason Furda.

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This past June at Convention, AIA National announced two strategic partnerships to enhance and connect architects in today’s technology-driven world. One such partnership with Houzz, the world’s leading online platform for remodeling and design, is hoped to develop technology initiatives to engage architects and increase the public awareness of how good design can enhance our lives. Next week, this partnership comes to our community, as AIA Pittsburgh’s CRAN welcomes Houzz Community Team member Michael Stein for a Houzz presentation ‘Technology for Storytelling: How to reach new clients and engage a global community’. For architects and other design professionals, technology tools extend far beyond space planning and drafting. Today, technology is used to communicate more effectively with clients, tell engaging stories...

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CRAN & Houzz: Technology for Storytelling

Nov 5, 2014 12:15 pm

Join CRAN Pittsburgh for a Houzz presentation; Technology for storytelling: How to reach new clients and engage a global community. Please RSVP to Mary Cerrone, AIA by October 31. The presentation will be held in Meeting Room 3A at the East Liberty Public Library. Session Description: For architects and other design professionals, technology tools extend far beyond space planning and drafting. Today, technology is used to communicate more effectively with clients, tell engaging stories about you and your portfolio of work and market your business with scale and efficiency, in the office or on the go. During this session, discover how you can harness Houzz and integrated technologies to do just this – improve business efficiency, reach new prospective clients and...

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