The American Institute of Architects (Cleveland Chapter) Oral History Project

The American Institute of Architects (Cleveland Chapter) Oral History Project. In 2006, in collaboration with Nina Friedlander Gibans, the Center began collecting oral history interviews with some of Cleveland’s best-known architects. 26 interviews in all were captured by Gibans and a team of researchers and students from the Center. These interviews help bring the city’s great buildings to life, and shine a light on current issues in architecture and urban design, making the series a major source of information for the Euclid Corridor kiosk project. The full interviews can be found in the Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection.