PPG Place, Pittsburgh Photos

PPG Place is a complex of several buildings by Johnson/Burgee Architects which has made such a mark on Pittsburgh's skyline that it is virtually a signature for the city. As would be expected by a company originally named Pittsburgh Plate Glass, the building innovates in the use of glass.

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Golden Triangle skyline of Pittsburgh with black Westinghouse Tower, white National City Center & PPG Place with escarpment of Allegheny River beyond. Pittsburgh, PA.One PPG Place. Pittsburgh, PA.Crown of One PPG Place. Pittsburgh, PA.Fifth Avenue Place behind & One PPG Place. Pittsburgh, PA.
Golden Triangle skyline of Pittsburgh with black Westinghouse Tower, white National City Center & PPG Place with escarpment of Allegheny River beyond. Pittsburgh, PA.One PPG Place (1984) (40 floors). Pittsburgh, PA. Architect: Johnson/Burgee Architects.Crown of One PPG Place. Pittsburgh, PA.Fifth Avenue Place behind & One PPG Place. Pittsburgh, PA.
Group of building at base of PPG Place. Pittsburgh, PA.Red building contrasting with One PPG Place. Pittsburgh, PA.One PPG Place pushes to sky with Gothic motifs. Pittsburgh, PA.Fountain in PPG Place. Pittsburgh, PA.
Group of building at base of PPG Place. Pittsburgh, PA.Red building contrasting with One PPG Place. Pittsburgh, PA.One PPG Place pushes to sky with Gothic motifs. Pittsburgh, PA.Fountain in PPG Place. Pittsburgh, PA.
Public square of PPG Place. Pittsburgh, PA.Pointed galleries of Wintergarden solarium of PPG Place. Pittsburgh, PA.

Public square of PPG Place. Pittsburgh, PA.Pointed galleries of Wintergarden solarium of PPG Place. Pittsburgh, PA.


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