Riccardy Volcy’s Pittsburgh – April, 2013

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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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Taking a mid-day stroll back to the office.

A view from the East Busway at Penn Station B.

A rich experience of architectural details.

Wrapped in details that draw you in.

View from Liberty Avenue and Grant Street.

Renovation at the Rotunda.

Renovation at the Rotunda and looking out from the main entrance.

Framing the Gulf Tower at the end of the day.

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