Photo of the Day: The under-construction future headquarters of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany—designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au—is slated to open later this year.
Credit: Michael Probst/Associated Press
On the Drawing Boards: Architects have revised the design of the new addition to the Milwaukee Art Museum yet again. In April of last year, a development advisory board approved an initial design by HGA architect Jim Shields, FAIA. Another HGA design (sans Shields) surfaced last month, which the Journal Sentinel's Mary Louise Schumacher called "a dose of dullness." Yesterday, another revised design was revealed, with Shields back on the design team. [Journal Sentinel]
ICYMI: Six teams were shortlisted in design competition for Washington, D.C.'s 11th Street Bridge Park. [ARCHITECT]
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Video of the Day: A 360-degree panoramic tour of Berlin following a guy in a crocodile suit. [The Creator's Project]
4 More Stories for Wednesday:
Architectural preservation in Buffalo, N.Y. is driving the city's renewal. [Metropolis]
Dreaming of a beach vacation? Here are seven modernist sand castles. [Wired]
Bruce Crabtree, Jr., the architect behind the Tennessee Performing Arts Center in Nashville, died Saturday at 90. [The Tennessean]
Will Houston's construction boom drive rent prices down? [Houston Chronicle]
Step Up, Step Down:
St. Louis-based firm HOK appointed St. Louis management principal Rebecca Nolan, Assoc. AIA, to its executive committee.
Chicago-based Studio Gang Architects is opening a new office in Lower Manhattan due to a growing client base and more projects in New York.
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