I created a special series of drawings for the former ALCOA Building in Pittsburgh. The building, which was built in 1953 and has 30 floors, was the headquarters for the company for years until it was renovated into the Regional Enterprise Tower with office space and residences. It’s the first skyscraper ever built with an all-aluminum facade.

My illustrations are featured in the eight elevators, showcased within the original aluminum frames.

Here’s an inside peek at the lobby, elevator and one of the illustrations:



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