Join Preservation Pittsburgh and the organization’s Modern Committee (ModCom) on Saturday October 7th to explore a range of modern and late modern structures and interiors. The Oakland neighborhood is home to a unique, dense collection of banks, apartment buildings, and campus facilities - from libraries to parking garages - completed in the 1960s and 1970s. Enjoy our original walking tour designed and led by Preservation Pittsburgh board members. The tour will end at 5:30pm at neighborhood favorite, Butterjoint, where guests can enjoy drinks and conversation with fellow architecture and design lovers.
This free tour marks the inaugural event of the ModCom: Preservation Pittsburgh. Through its Modern Committee, the organization will highlight Pittsburgh’s modern-era design and advocate for its preservation.
COST / HOW TO REGISTER:
This event is free and open to the public, registration is required
(Meeting point sent upon registration)
ABOUT PRESERVATION PITTSBURGH
Preservation Pittsburgh is a non-profit advocacy group dedicated to preserving our region's historic, architectural, cultural, and environmental heritage. Our members, who include professional preservationists, architects, historians, artists, and other neighbors, are united by their concern that the future of Pittsburgh's irreplaceable architectural and landscape treasures are in jeopardy. Our primary goal is to promote the importance of preservation issues in the deliberations and decisions of public officials, private groups, developers and the general public.