Photo of the Day:
The new campus of Hebei Academy of Fine Arts in Shijiazhuang, China, on May 27. The college's under-construction campus has been dubbed the Hogwarts of Asia because of its resemblance to the school from the Harry Potter series.
Credit: Jia minjie/Imaginechina via Associated Press
ICYMI: A fire broke out at the U.K.'s Glasgow School of Art on Friday. [ARCHITECT]
Tweet of the Day:
Number of the Day: 11.5—Prices for houses in the Chicago area in March were up 11.5 percent from last March. [Chicago Tribune]
8 More Stories for Tuesday:
When architects form friendships with clients, the relationships can lead to luxurious vacations and other pricey perks. [The Wall Street Journal]
The Los Angeles Philharmonic's "Così Fan Tutte" at Disney Hall features designs by Zaha Hadid, Hon. FAIA. [The New York Times]
The future home of the Buffalo Bills is up in the air. [The Buffalo News]
The owners of New York's 1 WTC are cutting rent prices by almost 10 percent, because the building is only 55 percent leased. [NBC New York]
Are glass skyscrapers a thing of the past? [BBC]
The Capital Wheel in Maryland's National Harbor opens. [Washington Business Journal]
The New York Times interviews William Pedersen, FAIA, of Kohn Pedersen Fox. [The New York Times]
The mesh material used to cover building scaffolding in Hong Kong is surprisingly photogenic. [Wired]
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