Photo of the Day:
Work begins to remove the four chimneys from London's Battersea Power Station, which will then be rebuilt.
Credit: Lucy Young/REX via Associated Press
ICYMI: The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that manufacturing and architectural and engineering services added slightly more jobs in June than in May, but construction didn't fare quite as well. [ARCHITECT] A 60-foot maze designed by Bjarke Ingels Group opened in Washington, D.C., on Friday. [ARCHITECT]
Quote of the Day: "It was a very tough emotional decision but an easy business decision." —Atlanta mayor Kasim Reed on letting the Braves baseball team move to the suburbs. [Next City]
6 More Stories for Monday:
Critic Ellis Woodman writes about the life of Louis Khan, who is being featured in a retrospective at London's Design Museum. [The Telegraph]
The renderings and the fine print in the Wrigley Field renovation plan point to different outcomes. [Chicago Tribune]
Rich young people are the target residents for the planned Patterson House micro-units in Washington, D.C. [CityLab]
Germany's Landesgartenschau Exhibition Hall was created with computational design. [Wired]
The net-zero Techstyle Haus, on display at Solar Decathlon Europe 2014, operates with 65 percent less heating and cooling energy than similar-sized typical houses. [The New York Times]
Critic Christopher Hawthorne argues that Peter Zumthor's (Hon. FAIA) latest Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) structure, instead of stretching across Wilshire Boulevard, should shrink on the original side of Wilshire to preserve the La Brea Tar Pits, and save the LACMA-owned property on the other side of the street for another future structure. [Los Angeles Times]
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