Photo of the Day:

The 1913 Art Nouveau department store in Goerlitz, Germany, where "The Grand Budapest Hotel" was filmed.

The 1913 Art Nouveau department store in Goerlitz, Germany, where "The Grand Budapest Hotel" was filmed.

Credit: Matthias Hiekel/picture-alliance/dpa/Associated Press

Project of the Day: Arena Pernambuco by Fernandes / Arquitectos Associados.

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9 More Stories for Tuesday:

D.C. United released new renderings of their proposed stadium. [Washington City Paper]

Looking back in time at Brazil's Estádio do Maracanã stadium. [CityLab]

Google, The Cooper Union, Hyper Island, School of Visual Arts, Parsons, and Pratt are launching a design school-slash-tech incubator called "30 Weeks." [Wired]

Architecture critic Blair Kamin on why the title of his job is too limiting. [Chicago Tribune]

A wheelchair designed by Michael Graves, FAIA. [Quartz]

The first phase of the $120-million FirstEnergy Stadium renovation is on schedule to open for the Cleveland Browns' preseason opening game in August. [Crain's Cleveland Business]

Photos of a mostly-demolished Prentice Women's Hospital. [Curbed Chicago]

Now anyone can own a Jeff Koons balloon dogon a fast-fashion handbag. [Fast Co.Design]

Washington, D.C., tops of a list of cities with walkable real estate projects, followed by New York, Boston, San Francisco, and Chicago. [Washington Business Journal]

Step Up, Step Down:

Betsy Williams now part of Northfield, Ill.-based Orren Pickell Building Group's architectural department. [Chicago Tribune]

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