Bungalow Facade Renovations Recognized
Deft design moves by Architect Fred M. Fargotstein yield dramatic results for the exterior of a Fox Chapel
cottage. The project is featured in this article by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette home and garden editor Kevin
Kirkland. It appeared in the 01/19/13 edition.
Kitchen Transformations: Food & Function
This article features a major kitchen renovation project by Architect Fred M. Fargotstein and the process
through which its design was crafted. It appeared in the October 2012 edition of Pittsburgh Magazine.
Craftsman Bungalow Bathroom Receives Post-Gazette Award
A detailed approach results in a beautiful bathroom. This article by home and garden editor Kevin Kirkland
focuses on a recent project by Architect Fred M. Fargotstein. It appeared in the 05/19/12 edition of the
Getting a Handle on Garden Design: Overcoming Inertia & Actually Getting Your Project Started!
Architect Fred M. Fargotstein suggests a rational approach for selecting the appropriate "building blocks"
for your own beautiful and inviting outdoor living spaces. This article appeared in the Summer 2010 edition
of Squirrel Hill Magazine, and is the second in his series for that publication.
Kitchen Renovation a Finalist in Post-Gazette’s Renovation Inspiration Contest
Sometimes, the best part of a renovation is the part the homeowner never imagined. This article by
columnist Gretchen McKay highlights a recent project by Architect Fred M. Fargotstein, and appeared in the
12/05/09 edition of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Replacing Your Home’s Original Wood Windows: An Unnecessary and a Costly Blunder?
In this article, Architect Fred M. Fargotstein examines how original wood windows contribute to the
appearance and integrity of older homes. He takes aim at stylistically inappropriate replacement windows,
and dispels some common misconceptions about their cost effectiveness. It appeared in the Winter 2009
edition of Squirrel Hill Magazine, a publication of the Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition.