Robert A. Indovina AIA
is a founding Principal of Indovina Associates Architects, an Architectural firm specializing in Architecture Design, Interior Design, and Planning. The firm was established in 1978, and under Mr. Indovina’s direction has completed nearly twelve hundred building commissions.
Mr. Indovina holds a Master of Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Architecture with Distinction from Pennsylvania State University. While attending Penn State, he completed architectural design studies in Florence, Italy.
Mr. Indovina has been a Registered Architect since 1975. He is registered in eight states: Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, New York, North Carolina, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Michigan. He is also a corporate member of the American Institute of Architects.
Mr. Indovina has received numerous design awards and recognition for exemplary architectural design including Certificates of Merit for Architectural Design from The American Institute of Architects. The firm has also received recognition for design excellence from the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation, the Master Builder’s Association, Pittsburgh Building of the Year awards, as well as design awards from The International Masonry Institute and Associated Builders and Contractors.
Mr. Indovina is Chair of the City of Pittsburgh Art Commission Board, as well as a National Registration Certificate Holder of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.
The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium
Animal Health Center
International Conservation Center
Multi-Family Condominium Developments
Marbella at Chapel Harbor
350 Oliver Avenue
941 Penn Avenue
Otto Milk Condominiums
Holiday Inn and Suites
Marriott SpringHill Suites
Hampton Inn and Suites
Holiday Inn Express Commercial
Franklin Park Corporate Centre
Carnegie Science Center Restoration and Additions
David L. Lawrence Convention Center Roof Terrace
Carnegie Mellon University Mudge House
Carnegie Mellon University Scobell House
Carnegie Mellon University Fraternity Quadrangle
Carnegie Mellon University Morewood Gardens
Carnegie Mellon University Hammerslag House Dormitory
Robert Morris University John Jay Center
University of Pittsburgh Forbes Quadrangle
University of Pittsburgh Hillman Library
University of Pittsburgh - Mid Campus Study