Photo of the Day: People dressed up as musician Lady Gaga protest near the Houses of Parliament in London on Monday. Using the slogan "You'd have to be Gaga to rip the heart out of Smithfield Market," the group wants to prevent the city's Smithfield Market buildings from being demolished and replaced with offices. [Building Design]

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ICYMI: The AIA voted to change its governing structure by shrinking the current board and adding a new Strategic Council. [ARCHITECT] The Institute also announced the results of the campaigns for three of its national offices. [ARCHITECT]

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Chart of the day: NPR's Planet Money team used data from Moody's Analytics spanning 1990 to 2014 to compare median home prices with median household incomes. The results are unsurprising. San Francisco has the highest ratio, and Detroit has the lowest. [NPR]

4 More Stories for Monday:

John M. Woodbridge, an architect who helped transform D.C.'s Pennsylvania Avenue, died at age 85. [The Washington Post]

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is considering adding 11 Frank Lloyd Wright–designed buildings as a single World Heritage Site. [Wisconsin Rapids Tribune]

The National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, K.Y., has decided to keep the massive sinkhole that opened up in February. The Associated Press reports that attendance is up 50 percent. [The Washington Post]

Researchers at Harvard University developed a 3D-printable, fiber-reinforced thermosetting epoxy resin that costs less but compares in strength and stiffness to balsa wood for use in lightweight structural applications. [Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences]

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