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The Design Pittsburgh People's Choice Award is your opportunity to weigh in on some of the recently designed (or redesigned) places and spaces in our community. Architecture is a part of our daily environment and we want to hear from you what good design means to you.
As you look through the projects submitted, ask yourself: Does the project inspire you? Would you enjoy spending time in that space? How does the project enhance or serve our community?
Completing the Loop is Riverlife’s ten year plan for a vibrant, connected, and equitable riverfront trail and green space network around Downtown Pittsburgh and adjacent neighborhoods. Formerly vacant, industrial, inaccessible land is being redesigned to connect neighborhoods to riverfronts in a way that is welcoming to all. Completing the Loop is the culmination of an 18 month-long collaborative process in pursuit of a riverfront for all. An equity-centered approach resulted in an expansion of the vision, exciting and inclusive design and programming ideas, and a sense of urgency for continued progress.
The Completing the Loop report articulates Riverlife’s vision, aligns the efforts of many stakeholders, and proposes projects for a world-class riverfront. Completing the Loop’s Technical Assessment outlines key placemaking projects and identifies implementation steps for the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Confluence “River Rooms”, including partners, timelines, and issues critical to completion.
Category: Conceptual / Unbuilt
Architecture Firm: evolve environment :: architecture
Project Team: Anna Rosenblum; Claudia Saladin, ASLA; David Ge, AICP
Fourth Economy Consulting – Financial strategy
Thread Strategies – Development strategy