Friday, July 22, 2011

Trib: Well-known architect seeks public say on Mt. Lebanon renovation

One of Pittsburgh's most accomplished architects is trying to make his mark on Mt. Lebanon's high school renovation project, and he wants the public to help.

Daniel Rothschild, founder and principal of Strip District-based Rothschild Doyno Collaborative and co-designer of projects such as the Fairmont Apartments in Garfield and the Legacy apartments in the Hill District, is trying to get the Mt. Lebanon school board to open up about revisions being made to the $113.27 million high school renovation project.

He has established a blog at with the hope of generating community pressure to make the redesign process more open to public scrutiny and suggestions.

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