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Pittsburgh Architecture News, chronological:

May 15, 2018
Frick Environmental Center
Design: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, architects
Frick Environmental Center Pittsburgh Building
image Courtesy architecture office

Frick Environmental Center Building
After more than a year of extensive testing and documentation, the Frick Environmental Center (FEC) has achieved Living Building certification, the world’s most rigorous proven performance standard by the International Living Future Institute. Designed by renowned architecture firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, the FEC is the first Living Building in the U.S. that is municipally owned and free and open to the public.

Aug 15, 2016
Union Trust Building, 501 Grant Street
Design: Elkus Manfredi Architects
Union Trust Building in Pittsburgh
image from architect

Union Trust Building in Pittsburgh
The Union Trust Building was one of three buildings erected by coal and steel magnate Henry Clay Frick in the Grant Street area of downtown Pittsburgh on the former site of St Paul’s Cathedral, which occupied an entire city block bordered by Grant Street, William Penn Place, Oliver Avenue, and Fifth Avenue.

Aug 3, 2016
Frick Environmental Center
Design: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Architects
Frick Environmental Center in Pittsburgh
photo : Nic Lehoux

Frick Environmental Center Building in Pittsburgh
The Frick Environmental Center (FEC), the world’s first municipally owned, Living Building Challenge-targeted project, will be unveiled to the public for the first time in a public celebration on Saturday, September 10. Designed by renowned architecture firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson (BCJ), the building will be a world-class center for environmental education.

Oct 14, 2012
Carnegie Museum of Art Exhibition, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
‘White Cube, Green Maze: New Art Landscapes’ exhibition
Pittsburgh Architectural Exhibition
image © Iwan Baan
Pittsburgh Architecture Exhibition
The exhibition included models and drawings by architects and landscape architects. The architectural photographer Iwan Baan photographed all six sites for the exhibition and the catalogue. The exhibition was organized by Raymund Ryan, curator of architecture.

Pittsburgh Architecture

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Pittsburgh Buildings, USA.

We cover completed Pittsburgh buildings and new building designs across the state. The focus is on contemporary buildings in Pennsylvania.

Major Pittsburgh Building Designs, alphabetical:

Carnegie Mellon Research Institute
1987-89
Design: Peter Eisenman

Frank House
1939
Design: Marcel Breuer Architect

Giovannitti House, Woodland Drive
1979-83
Design: Richard Meier Architects

Mellon Hall of Science, Duquesne University
1968
Design: Mies van der Rohe, Architect
laboratories + lecture halls

O’Reilly Theater and Agnes R. Katz Plaza, 621 Penn Avenue
1996-99
Michael Graves
650-seat theatre

PPG Place Pittsburgh
1981-84
Philip Johnson and John Burgee
40 storey tower + 5 other buildings

Pittsburgh Riverparc
2007-
Behnisch Architekten
Architecture competition

Residence
2009-
Design: Potiropoulos D+L Architects
Pittsburgh Residence design
picture from architect

Pittsburgh house

Washington Plaza Apartments, 1420 Centre Avenue
1964
I.M. Pei and Partners
24 storeys

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Architecture in Pennsylvania

Philadelphia Architecture Designs – chronological list

Pennsylvania Buildings
Annenberg Public Policy Center Pennsylvania
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Pennsylvania architect : Louis Kahn

Pittsburg RiverParc : Behnisch Architekten




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