Project of the Day: Estadio Pantanal in Cuiabá, Brazil, was designed by GCP Arquitectos. The stadium is hosting its last 2014 FIFA World Cup match today.
Credit: GCP Arquitetos
ICYMI: The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) announced its new policies and proposed changes to the licensing process. [ARCHITECT]
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Number of the Day: 5,000—The number of third-party developers that Nest Labs will give access to its application programming interfaces (APIs). [ARCHITECT]
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Pictures of ESPN's 194,000-square-foot Digital Center 2 in Bristol, Conn. [ESPN]
Google owns Nest. Nest just bought Dropcam. [TechCrunch]
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority announces that Metro's Silver Line will open on July 26. This first phase will extend to the Wiehle-Reston East station in Virginia. [WMATA]
Comcast is hard at work on their "vertical urban campus" in Philadelphia, and plan to break ground shortly. [The Philadelphia Inquirer]
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