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  • National Intercultural Leadership Program – Scholarships Available!

  • Dossier: Stefani Danes, FAIA

    Stefani Danes, FAIA, LEED AP, is one of 101 AIA members nationally to be elevated to the College of Fellows in 2021.

  • Committee Corner: Advocacy Committee

    AIA Members Meet with PLI and City Planning

Design Matters; You Matter

The built environment is not neutral. It either enables progress or obstructs it; contributes to wellbeing or disturbs it. Our region is experiencing the most development it has seen in decades with buildings that will be around for the next 40 to 120 years. Because development impacts people in our community today and for years to come, there is an urgency to be thoughtful and informed about what we are cementing into new places and spaces. And yet, we as a society and a region do not talk about how buildings impact human wellbeing. Blueprint for Better: Pittsburgh (B4B) was developed to change that, and we are looking for more people (i.e. architects, designers of all kinds, neuroscientists, sociologists, EDAC...

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  • Grassroots 2020: The Big Takeaways

    Grassroots 2020: The Big Takeaways

  • In Memoriam: Elmer Burger, AIA

  • 2019 Annual Meeting and Holiday Party

    Celebrating New RAs & Welcoming the 2020 Board of Directors

MCF Architecture Series: What’s In A Name? by Steve Cicero

Jun 25, 2021

Join MCF Architecture & Steve Cicero, to hear fascinating stories surrounding the names of places & things around Pittsburgh. We are surrounded by names that we see or hear every day and never think about where they came from. Forbes Avenue, William Flinn Highway, PPG Paints Arena, Allegheny River, Phipps Conservatory, Fayette County, Perry High School, Duquesne Incline. Most of these places and things have names of historical significance & fascinating stories. Be entertained & educated about Pittsburgh & the region. Steve Cicero is a former history instructor in the Butler Area School District. He is active with numerous historical organizations throughout Western PA as a part-time instructor, and volunteer, as well as several retired educator groups. In addition, he...

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Upcoming Events

  • MCF Architecture Series: What’s In A Name? by Steve Cicero

    Jun 25, 2021
  • How to Win AEC Projects: Tailoring Your Presentations and Conversations for Virtual, In-Person or Hybrid Settings

    Jun 30, 2021