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The Ohio Holocaust and Liberators Memorial, designed by Daniel Libeskind, AIA, was dedicated this week.

The Ohio Holocaust and Liberators Memorial, designed by Daniel Libeskind, AIA, was dedicated this week.

Credit: Mike Munden/Associated Press

ICYMI: How jobs in construction, manufacturing, and architectural and engineering services fared last month. [ARCHITECT]

Quote of the Day: "The worst affront to a landmark in New York since the loss of Pennsylvania Station" —Stephen F. Byrns, AIA, former member of the New York Landmarks Preservation Commission, on a proposed apartment tower that would block the view of the city's Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine. [The New York Times]

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6 More Stories for Friday:

Brazil's World Cup Stadiums are now on Google Street View. [TechCrunch]

Critic Blair Kamin on the Chicago Trump tower's "ginormous" sign. [Chicago Tribune]

The University of California, Santa Cruz, selected New York's Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects to design the campus's new Institute of the Arts and Sciences. [UC Santa Cruz Newscenter]

Designs for monuments have become more horizontal, causing "memorial sprawl." [The Wall Street Journal]

Critic Oliver Wainwright's preview of the Venice Architecture Biennale: an exploded false ceiling, a lineup of lavatories, and more. [The Guardian]

Although 1 WTC is still half empty, we should look at it from a half-full perspective, because tall towers just take longer to fill. [New York Magazine]

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