Along with our mission to create architectural environments that reflect the aspirations of our clients, we also give back to the communities in which we work - whether through reduced design fees to non-profits or through volunteer work in many community organizations that foster community well-being.
As a company, we sometimes donate part or all of our design fees to non-profits, depending on the project. For example, we’ve reduced our design fees for Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater. If you have a non-profit project that needs design assistance, we are happy to talk with you about it to see if we can help. Our experience covers all aspects of architectural design for new construction and renovations for commercial buildings, offices, industrial, retail, residential, institutional, historic building adaptive reuse, master planning, ADA compliance and building audits, and landlord support.
Felix is on the Fallingwater Advisory Committee and is a Western Pennsylvania Conservancy board member. He is on the board of directors for AIA Pittsburgh and AIA Pennsylvania, and serves as a member of the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership. He has also been the chairman for the University of Pittsburgh Nationality Room Scholarship Committee and a board member of the Fox Chapel Golf Club, among others. In 2010, Felix participated in Dancing with the Celebrities of Pittsburgh, an annual charity event that benefited the Cancer Caring Center, Family House, Pittsburgh Caregiver Support Network, and Kiwanis Club of Pittsburgh Foundation that year. See VIDEO.
Kento has been a member of the local Lawrenceville Corporation Board of Directors and a member of the Real Estate Committee. He also volunteers for community planning and redevelopment activities through ARTEZ and successor groups associated with municipalities along the Allegheny River, and served as the representative of District 7 during the first term of the City of Pittsburgh, Propel Pittsburgh Commission.
Page is actively involved with local and national institutions and is an active member of the City of Pittsburgh' s Contextual Design Advisory Panel (CDAP). He served as a Planning Commissioner for the City of Pittsburgh from 2009-2014, and contributes to the River Life Design Committee. He is the former executive board president of The Society to Preserve the Millvale Murals of Maxo Vanka (SPMMMV).
Sarah has participated in the Living Classrooms Foundation that strengthens communities and inspires young people to achieve their potential through hands-on education and job training.
Andrew is an active volunteer EMT (Emergency Medical Technician).