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Napkin Sketches & Community Engagement
As part of Design Pittsburgh 2014, the Gallery Crawl was the perfect venue to get the public thinking about architecture & design and how it impacts our daily lives. These napkin sketches show a few of the playful ways people responded to various design challenges and questions about place, space, and design.

As part of Design Pittsburgh 2014, the Gallery Crawl was the perfect venue to get the public thinking about architecture & design and how it impacts our daily lives. These napkin sketches show a few of the playful ways people responded to various design challenges and questions about place, space, and design.

As part of Design Pittsburgh 2014, the Gallery Crawl was the perfect venue to get the public thinking about architecture & design and how it impacts our daily lives. These napkin sketches show a few of the playful ways people responded to various design challenges and questions about place, space, and design.

The Napkin Sketches: My Pittsburgh skyline.

The Napkin Sketches: My Pittsburgh skyline.

The Napkin Sketches: My Pittsburgh skyline.

The Napkin Sketches: A place you want to visit.

The Napkin Sketches: A place you want to visit.

The Napkin Sketches: A place you want to visit.

The Napkin Sketches: A place you want to visit.

The Napkin Sketches: A place you want to visit.

The Napkin Sketches: A place you want to visit.

The Napkin Sketches: A place in space.

The Napkin Sketches: A place in space.

The Napkin Sketches: A place in space.

The Napkin Sketches: A place in space.

The Napkin Sketches: A place in space.

The Napkin Sketches: A place in space.

The Napkin Sketches: The future design of ______.

The Napkin Sketches: The future design of ______.

The Napkin Sketches: The future design of ______.

The Napkin Sketches: The future design of ______.

The Napkin Sketches: The future design of ______.

The Napkin Sketches: The future design of ______.

The Napkin Sketches: A place for me...

The Napkin Sketches: A place for me...

The Napkin Sketches: A place for me...

The Napkin Sketches: A place for me...

The Napkin Sketches: A place for me...

The Napkin Sketches: A place for me...

The Napkin Sketches: A place for everyone...

The Napkin Sketches: A place for everyone...

The Napkin Sketches: A place for everyone...

The Napkin Sketches: A place for everyone...

The Napkin Sketches: A place for everyone...

The Napkin Sketches: A place for everyone...

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Fourteen Strong

At the end of each year, AIA Pittsburgh brings together members of the architectural community to celebrate the holidays, welcome the incoming Chapter president, and congratulate the young professionals who have successfully completed the A.R.E. to become registered architects. This year, the President’s Holiday Party was held at the award-winning office of NEXT Architecture and sponsored by SOTA Construction Services, Inc. 2014 president Jen Bee, AIA ‘crowned’ 2015 president Alan Schlossberg, AIA with the ceremonial passing of the wig. Additionally, two awards were presented. First, the AIA Pittsburgh President’s Award – given to someone who personifies the ‘citizen architect’ – was presented to Katie Walsh, AIA, who continuously gives back within her firm and community. She was the 2014 chair...

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ARE Review Session | Building Systems Part I

Feb 10, 2015 5:30 pm

Join YAF for the Building Systems, Part I session of the ARE Review Series! Register! ARE Review Series The Young Architects Forum produces an ongoing series of monthly review sessions for the Architects Registration Exam (ARE). YAF holds one session per month, each focusing on one of the seven divisions of the exam. The format is a formal, lecture style presentation on content related to the exam, each hosted by a prominent member of the architectural community, followed by a question-and-answer session. While these sessions are geared toward exam candidates, participants are not required to currently be testing to participate in these sessions, the information presented is invaluable to anyone looking to expand their knowledge of the profession.

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