September 24, 2019 Project Pipeline Recap: What Project Pipeline Means to Our Volunteers
We are so pleased to have hosted our 2-day Project Pipeline Architecture Camp this summer for the second time! The camp was a huge success and the students really enjoyed [...]
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June 10, 2019 MEMBER HIGHLIGHT – Build Pittsburgh Recap
NOMAPGH focuses on highlighting its members who advance professional equity, promote and support minority architects, and inspire youth. Thanks to Michael Larche for attending Build PGH and being willing to [...]
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April 1, 2019 10 Emerging Leaders and Advocates in Pittsburgh Architecture (via AIA Pittsburgh)
Safiya J. A. Hodari, AIA on-site at the Fort Wayne VA Medical Center. Image: Megan Carleton. Pittsburgh relies on many different partners, advocates, and allies to build more sustainable, diverse, [...]
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March 4, 2019 “Fantasy books have impacted my thinking about architecture” says architect Ashleigh Walton (via GoArchitect)
Architect & urban planner Ashleigh Walton shares 3 books that have influenced her life in architecture. Source: GoArchitect
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February 8, 2019 Advancing the Profession Through Project Pipeline (via AIA Pittsburgh)
Project Pipeline Summer Camp 2018.  All photos by Riccardy Volcy Providing students with exposure to architecture at a young age gives each child an opportunity to discover their artistic and technical [...]
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June 26, 2018 Bill Bates, AIA, Reflects on Whitney Young Jr’s Speech to the AIA
Video credit: Communities by Design via YouTube as Published, April 2018.
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June 8, 2017 Nailing It On The Head With Free Internet Advertising
Classified advertising is a form of advertising that is particularly common in newspapers and other periodicals. A classified is usually textually based and can consist of as little as the [...]
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