America's Favorite Architecture

AIA Pittsburgh

1/23/2009 - 3/14/2009

Guest Curated By America Institute of Architects (AIA)

America’s Favorite Architecture
Pittsburgh’s Favorite Architecture exhibit/contest

A Winner Has Been AnnouncedExterior view of Carnegie Institute in 1931.

The votes are cast, the Presidential election is decided but one important vote remains. Pittsburgh has its favorite sports teams, cultural attractions, and restaurants, now it’s time to decide – Pittsburgh’s Favorite Architecture!

Join AIA Pittsburgh for America’s Favorite Architecture – and, Pittsburgh’s Favorite Architecture –two photographic exhibits that bring to life great works of architecture from around the country and in our region. Cast your vote for Pittsburgh’s Favorite Architecture and be the first to see the public premier of AIA Pittsburgh’s new film “Pittsburgh Placemakers: Architecture and the Urban Fabric.” Combining photographic and digitally produced images with powerful story-telling and dialogue, the film showcases the powerful impact of architecture and design, the valuable contributions of architects and designers, and the profound influence on our region’s ever-changing landscape, development, and quality of life.

America’s Favorite Architecture presents 150 images of the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) public poll conducted in conjunction with AIA150, the yearlong celebration of the AIA’s 150 years as the premier professional organization for architects.