Charles Rosenblum is a journalist, critic, and scholar who specializes in the built environment and visual arts. His work has appeared in Architectural Record, Preservation, Architect’s Newspaper, Public Art Review, and the Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly. Charles has taught history and theory of art and architecture at Carnegie Mellon University since 1998.
Built in 1964 for his family, the Tasso Katsela-designed mid-modern house is now for sale. Some consider it a masterpiece; others a form of Brutalism. You decide. Either way it's historic and one of the few houses in Pittsburgh to win a prestigious award. Read why here.