Photo of the Day:
A building designed by architect Charles McKirahan in Bay Harbor Islands, Fla. The National Trust for Historic Preservation included Bay Harbor's East Island on the list of the "11 most endangered places" due to its concentration of mid-century Miami Modern architecture, which is being threatened by redevelopment.
Credit: Lynne Sladky/Associated Press
ICYMI: Bjarke Ingels talks about the design of his "BIG Maze" in Washington, D.C. [ARCHITECT]
Instagram of the Day: A graphic designer created logos for ghost towns in Saskatchewan. [News Talk 980 CJME]
Happy belated birthday: Philip Johnson, who died in 2005, was born on July 8.
6 More Stories for Wednesday:
High recycling rates can mask the fact that more waste is being diverted to landfills. [BloombergView]
While off-putting to some, David Adjaye's (Hon. FAIA) Sugar Hill development in New York is designed to empower. [CityLab]
A proposed glass tower by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates may offer new views of New York's Grand Central Terminal. [DNAinfo New York]
There used to be playground and park 30 feet above Delancey Street in New York City's Lower East Side. Now there isn't. [The New York Times]
Renderings of the stadiums for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. [Yahoo News]
Margaret Rhodes describes the Pathé Foundation building, designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, as a "giant balloon armadillo squeezing its way through the streets of Paris." [Wired]
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