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At more than 196 feet tall, Jahrtausendturm (the Millennium Tower) in Magdeburg is the highest wooden building in Germany.

At more than 196 feet tall, Jahrtausendturm (the Millennium Tower) in Magdeburg is the highest wooden building in Germany.

Credit: Jens Wolf/picture-alliance/dpa/Associated Press

In Museum Expansions: The Pulitzer Arts Foundation announced an expansion project to the organization's St. Louis building, designed by Tadao Ando, Hon. FAIA, which opened in 2001. The expansion will convert the building's lower level into exhibition and public programming space, and construction will close the building from August of this year until May 2015.

ICYMI: Jose Ahedo wins the 2014 Wheelwright Prize. [ARCHITECT]

Quote of the Day: "The houses would not be the only spaces in which Moore jockeyed with the architectural establishment. Despite his distinguished academic career, the plywood, the colors, the shapes, and the neon have always tended to trip up critics." Critic Alexandra Lange on the lasting legacy of controversial architect Charles Moore. [Metropolis]

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6 More Stories for Thursday:

Attention, Fahrenheit 451 fans: Ray Bradbury's house is for sale. [NPR]

"This is MY Old Kentucky Home" Facebook photo contest emphasizes historic architecture in the Bluegrass State. [Lexington Herald-Leader]

An exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York looks at Guastavino tile vaults. [CityLab]

Here's why hotel residences are popping up across the country. [Forbes]

The IKEA Museum will open in 2015 in Sweden on the site of the company's first store. [CNN]

Billionaire real estate developer Stephen Ross discusses how to manage urban growth. [Bloomberg]

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