Michael Rojkind at Carnegie February 24, 2013
posted by Charles Rosenblum
Celebrity and the Architecture of the Avant-Garde
November 03, 2012
Growth with a vision
By John Conti, in the Tribune-Review
Published: Saturday, October 27, 2012, 8:54 p.m.
Updated: Thursday, November 1, 2012
Pittsburgh continues to gain bragging rights where planning and architecture are concerned.
That was reinforced this month with two unrelated events. The first was a cover story in Architectural Record magazine’s October issue that highlighted Pittsburgh as a prime example of “New Life for the American City” — the bootstrap reinvention of older cities that were once in economic decline.
The second was the announcement of the annual awards of the Pittsburgh chapter of the American Institute of Architects — an event that reminds us regularly that there is plenty of good architecture being created in Pittsburgh and that we have local firms doing work that has impact internationally.
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