August @ the AIA

Design Awards and Emerging Professional Opportunities

It’s the dog days of summer, and whether you find yourself shaking the sand out of your flip flops or daydreaming while staring out at that clear blue sky, it’s time to find your focus and start thinking about Design Awards. Entries, for both local and national design competitions, are due this month. For the emerging professionals, there is the deadline to apply to PALM, AIA Pennsylvania’s new state initiative to promote dialogue and mentorship, as well as the Paula Maynes AIA Pennsylvania ARE Grant, with applications due on August 12th and 31st, respectively. And don’t forget about the Young Architects Studio Competition, Vision PGH 2050. Looking for More Visibility? Interested in media attention for your project or firm? Get advice from PR professional...

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Small Project, Big Award

Local Firm Wins AIA Small Project Award

The Studio Hive, a part of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s East Liberty Teen Zone, has been awarded an AIA 2016 Small Project Award. Designed by GBBN Architects as part of the larger Teen Zone, the Studio Hive is a space for teens to work on multi-media and digital productions. As part of an ambitious capitol project, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) is dedicated to providing opportunities within their libraries for teens to explore the worlds of literature and technology while connecting with others. GBBN created the Teen Zone in CLP-East Liberty by transforming a space into places where teens are encouraged to discover their talents, learn new skills, and collaborate with peers and mentors. Based loosely on the...

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