The Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives collects, conserves, and promotes the use of architectural records that document the architects and architecture of the Pittsburgh region.
The Architecture Archives' collections include drawings, blueprints, manuscripts, photographs, publications, models and other records that document thousands of design projects and the work of hundreds of designers.
The selected records included here were collected or preserved in digital format. They currently include the Raymond Viner Hall Collection.
For additional information about the Architecture Archives and information about all other collections see the Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives.