Gary Carlough AIA Adjunct Professor Teaching Area Design studio by katiebelonga

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									Gary Carlough, AIA
Adjunct Professor


Teaching Area

Design studio fourth year; Occupancy, Programming and Building Systems Integration

Courses

48.400_Architecture Design Studio: Occupancy ▪ 18 units ▪ Fall ▪ Required
48.405_Architecture Design Studio: Systems Integration ▪ 18 units ▪ Spring ▪ Required


Educational Background

1990 to 1992    Independent Study; Theory and Design; Architectural Association, London, UK
1975            Bachelor of Architecture; University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Honors and Awards

2004            Design Award, Pittsburgh Chapter, AIA; Certificate of Merit, 5400 Cambells Run
2004            Design Award, Pittsburgh Chapter, AIA; Award of Excellence, Gateway Station
2003            Design Award, Pittsburgh Chapter, AIA; Honor Award, 947 Liberty Avenue
2003            Design Award, Pittsburgh Chapter, AIA; Certificate of Merit, EDGE studio
2003            Design Award, Pittsburgh Chapter, AIA; Award of Excellence, Waterfront Corporate Park
2003            Design Award, Master Builders Association, Design excellence, EDGE studio
2002            Design Award, Pittsburgh Chapter, AIA; Certificate of Merit, Society for Contemporary
                Craft
2002            Design Award, Pittsburgh Chapter, AIA; Certificate of Merit, Shady Lane School
2001            Design Award, Pittsburgh Chapter, AIA; Certificate of Merit, AT+T Regional Comm.
                Center
2001            Design Award, Pittsburgh Chapter, AIA; Certificate of Merit, AT+T Tech-Op Center
2000            Design Award, Pittsburgh Chapter, AIA; Certificate of Merit, Jack Horner
                Communications

Academic Positions / Teaching Experience

Current        University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan; Guest Critic, Ongoing
1988 – current Carnegie Mellon University, School of Architecture; Adjunct Full Professor
1992           The Catholic University of America, Department of Architecture; Visiting Professor

Professional Practice

1995 – current EDGE studio, Principal and President, 1995 to present
               ▪ AT&T Broadband; Regional Communications Center and Technical Operations Centers
               ▪ Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Main Branch
               ▪ Jack Horner Communications; Corporate Offices
               ▪ Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation; Fifth and Forbes Planning, “Plan ‘B’”
               ▪ Port Authority of Allegheny County; Gateway Station, North Shore Connector
               ▪ RIDC; Lawrenceville Technology Center, master plan
               ▪ Sampson Morris Group; 5400 Campbells Run, Tenant, Verizon Communications, Inc.
               ▪ Shady Lane School; Early Education School
               ▪ Society for Contemporary Craft; Gallery and Educational Center
               ▪ United States Department of the Energy; Advanced Neutron Source
1991-1995      Carlough and Associates, Sole Proprietor
1985-1990      The Design Alliance, Principal
1980-1985      Deeter Ritchey Sipple, Associate
1975-1980      Valentour English and Associates, Associate

Creative Productions, Exhibitions

2004           “Time Capsules’” The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA
2003           “Pittsburgh Platforms,” Heinz Architectural Center, Pittsburgh, PA
1999           “In The Doghouse,” Heinz Architectural Center, Pittsburgh, PA
1999           “Wats:On? Café,” Hewlett Gallery, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
1994           “Pittsburgh Architects,” Heinz Architectural Center, Pittsburgh, PA

Public Speaking

2004           Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Keynote speaker, Graduation
1999           Andy Warhol Museum, Symposium: “When you wish upon a star: Themed Worlds”

Service

Current        The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust; District Design Committee
1998-2004      Friendship Development Associates, Board Member
2000-2004      Penn Avenue Arts Initiative, Steering, Fiscal and Marketing Committees

Professional Memberships / Registration

American Institute of Architects
Licensed Architect, State of Pennsylvania
Architectural Association, London, United Kingdom

								
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