Residential Renovation in Sharpsburg – January 2014

The Custom Residential Architects Network (CRAN) is a Knowledge Community of the AIA for architects who practice residential architecture for individual homeowners. CRAN member Ana Migone, LEED AP, renovated and rehabilitated this Sharpsburg home.

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Drawing During Meetings – December, 2013

Architect Jon Funari, AIA transforms the seemingly mundane moments of meetings into imaginative details.      

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GAP Photos – October 2013

A PART OF DESIGN PITTSBURGH: A companion exhibit to the Young Architects Studio Competition, the call for photo submissions was open to both professional and amateur photographers. The GAP Photo Exhibit attracted dozens of entrants who snapped photos of existing points of interest along the trail. More than 75 photographs were submitted; a small sample of those are presented here.

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Heading East – On Vacation in Japan and Nepal – August 2013

Over the course of two and a half years Tony Poli, AIA visited Asia 10 times while his wife was based there. His photos, mostly from Tokyo and Kyoto, show a vibrant, modern Japan. Michelle Nermon, Assoc. AIA, visited Nepal in May 2013 and shares a few stunning glimpses of her trip.

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Award-winning Public Spaces – July 2013

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My Pittsburgh – Beth Nelson, AIA – June 2013

Beth Nelson, AIA, LEED AP, is a senior architect and project manager at Desmone & Associates Architects. 2013 marks her third year of Project 365, logging life one photograph per day. These 2012 images capture Beth’s excursions through Lawrenceville.

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Rebirth in Lawrenceville – May, 2013

48th Street Row Homes by Moss Architects. Photos by Albert Vecerka  

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Riccardy Volcy’s Pittsburgh – April, 2013

Riccardy’s Pittsburgh AIA Pittsburgh has asked architects to submit their snapshots of how they see our city.  This is the second in a new series capturing “My Pittsburgh”. A transplant to Pittsburgh, Riccardy Volcy participated in the UDREAM Remaking Cities Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. Working at Perkins Eastman inside The Pennsylvanian, Riccardy captures how the building reveals itself to him on a daily basis.

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Jason Hindes’ Pittsburgh – February, 2013

Jason’s Pittsburgh: Connecting a City AIA Pittsburgh has asked architects to submit their snapshots of how they see our city.  The first in a new series capturing “my Pittsburgh”, Jason Hindes of IKM, Inc. gives us his unique view of the city’s many bridges.  

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Higher Education and Transformation – January 2013

AIA Pittsburgh members have designed remarkable additions and expansions on college campuses throughtout the country. We look back at some award-winning projects.  

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