Photo of the Day:

The Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro on June 8. The stadium will host the World Cup's final match.

The Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro on June 8. The stadium will host the World Cup's final match.

Credit: Felipe Dana/Associated Press

The Frick Collection in New York announces its plans today for a new six-story wing, increasing the museum's space by nearly one-third. The Davis Brody Bond–designed project, which would require the approval of city landmark officials, is likely to draw scrutiny from the museum's neighbors. [The New York Times]

Quote of the Day: "Rem Koolhaas [Hon. FAIA] presents the Biennale as la fine [the end]: 'The end of my career, the end of my hegemony, the end of my mythology, the end of everything, the end of architecture'." —architect Peter Eisenman, FAIA. [Dezeen]

Video of the Day: Chicago Tribune critic Blair Kamin discusses the Trump tower, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's city lighting project, the Lucas Museum, and Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House. [WTTW Chicago Tonight]

Number of the Day: $26 million—The amount automakers promised to save Detroit's art collection. ARCHITECT columnist Aaron Betsky writes that the collection is necessary for the city to reinvent itself. [Bloomberg Businessweek]

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5 More Stories for Tuesday:

A New York developer filed plans to transform part of Philip Johnson's Sony Building into luxury condos. [The Wall Street Journal]

A four-year renovation by New York–based Steven Harris Architects involved excavating granite bedrock to create a basement pool, wine cellar, gym, and workshop in one of New York's "most surprising homes." [New York Magazine]

Paris policemen ordered the evacuation of the Pont des Arts bridge after a railing collapsed under the weight of thousands of padlocks, used as tokens of affection in a city tradition. [The Huffington Post]

New documentary on landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted premieres on June 20. [WAMC]

CannonDesign picked to design York University's Keele Campus Student Centre in Toronto. [CannonDesign]

Step Up, Step Down:

Jay Johnson, AIA, becomes a principal at Illinois firm Legat Architects. [The Chicago Tribune]

David Rogers, FAIA, is now design principal at Perkowitz + Ruth Architects, which is headquartered in Long Beach, Calif. [P+R Architects]

Brian Rebain promoted to architectural director and associate of Detroit's Kraemer Design Group.

Cory Hawbecker is now an associate at Portland, Ore.–based Holst Architecture.

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