ROBERT J. KOBET, AIA, LEED Faculty, CEO - Green Project Library

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Pine Jog Elementary School
2008
West Palm Beach, Florida
USA, North America

Pine Jog Environmental Education Center
2008
West Palm Beach, Florida
USA, North America

Minimum Energy Building Olympic Village
2008
Beijing,
China, Asia

Pittsburgh Children's Museum
2004
Pittsburgh, PA
US, North America

David L. Lawrence Convention Center
2002
Pittsburgh, PA
USA, North America

Pittsburgh Glass Center
2001
Pittsburgh, PA
USA, North America

CCI Center
1999
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
USA, North America

Central European Linkages Project (CELP)
1998
Czech Republic and Poland, Europe

Three Sisters Bioshelter
1988
Sandy Lake, Pennsylvania
USA, North America

Beechwood Farms Nature Center
1988
Fox Chapel, Pennsylvania
USA, North America

Filmtronics Incorporated
1981
Saxonburg, Pennsylvania
USA, North America

Pittsburgh Glass Center

Client: Pittsburgh Glass Center

Partner: DGGP Architects (Davis Gardner Gannon Pope)

Size: 12,000 sq. ft.


Pittsburgh Glass Center is a public access school, gallery and state-of-the-art glass studio dedicated to teaching, creating and promoting glass art.

This project was selected by the American Institute of Architects National Committee on the Environment as one of the Top Ten Buildings of 2005.  Go to the AIA website for their top 10 awards.

With comprehensive hot to cold studios, huge open air and flexible spaces, the center is currently renowned as one of the top glass facilities in the U. S. The Hodge Gallery at Pittsburgh Glass Center is one of many nationally-recognized art galleries in Pittsburgh that promote glass art.

Served as Green design consultant to Davis & Gannon Architects between November 2000 and September 2001.  The project achieved LEED Gold rating.


Pittsburgh Glass Center
Photo credit Ed. Massery


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