OK, Hornbostel did works all over the country, but taught at Carnegie Tech, and designed so many loved buildings (110 building in the Pittsburgh area) here he is closely identified with the city.
The original Carnegie Mellon campus including
CMU College of Fine Arts Building
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall
University of Pittsburgh's Thaw Hall
Pittsburgh City-County Building
Rodef Shalom Temple
The Schenley Apartments (In Oakland)
Hamburg Hall (Originally the U.S. Breau of Mines Building)
Congregation B'nai Israel (Now, The Urban League Pittsburgh Charter school)
Henry Hornbostel Biography Pitch Video from New Perspective Productions on Vimeo.
The film contains great film footage of the building and extensive interviews with local architectural scholars & historians and tries to connect his buildings to his affable, constantly curious nature.
Long ignored as a stodgy architect trapped in the past, Hornbostel is now recognised for designs filled with beauty, sensitivity, invention and lots of amazing engineering.
He also created one of my favorite NYC bridges- The Hell Gate.
Keep your eyes out for a repeat of the film on PBS.