Tag: Pittsburgh Modern
Catherine Walworth examines the role of midcentury industrial designers in influencing consumer behavior through the astute use of color.
As executive director of the Urban Redevelopment Authority, Robert Pease led some of the key projects undertaken during the Pittsburgh Renaissance.
Nick Coles explores the ongoing gentrification of Pittsburgh's once-blighted neighborhoods and the worsening plight of affordable housing.
Catherine Walworth discusses dropping the guns and picking up the power saws in America's postwar pastime.
Director Lynn Zelevansky discusses Pittsburgh's role as a design powerhouse at midcentury.
In her special relationship with the museum, Jane Haskell brought the unique perspective of a working artist, collector, and arts educator.
Catherine Walworth examines how Kaufmann's department store encouraged the "good life" through a rich and expansive interior life.
Commissioned by US Steel and designed by Peter Muller-Munk Associates, the Unisphere became a contentious symbol of the 1964 World's Fair.
Remembering a Pittsburgh landmark that foreshadowed today’s design-conscious business culture, long before Apple was a gleam in Steve Jobs’s eye.
Explore the highs and lows of Pittsburgh's postwar redevelopment—and the intentional and unintentional consequences still being debated today.