Photo of the Day:
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 dog—on 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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