#Sharkweek Photo of the Day: The proposed "Bubble" designed by New York's Diller Scofidio + Renfro for the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C.—if it was invaded by sharks. Follow ARCHITECT's Twitter and Instagram for ongoing coverage of #sharkitecture.

Credit: Rendering: Diller Scofidio + Renfro; Illustration: Sharkified by ARCHITECT Staff

Cartoon of the Day: Artist Sam Grinberg depicts the battle over the future of the Museum of Modern Art's building that formerly housed the American Folk Art Museum. [Curbed National]

Eight More Stories for Thursday:

The Washington Post editorial board argues that planning should move forward on the Eisenhower Memorial project. [The Washington Post]

Meanwhile, another building by Frank Gehry, FAIA, in Maryland is going to be turned into a Whole Foods. [Curbed DC]

After 16 years in the planning stage, the National Lighthouse Museum is planning to open this fall. [The New York Times]

The Edmonton, Albertabased firm Stantec will acquire Boston firm ADD. [The Boston Globe]

Here are 10 photos to convince you that China has some of the world's best architecture. [The Huffington Post]

Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, FAIA's 18,500-square-foot sciences building, which is wrapped in an arched aluminum trellis, at Florida Polytechnic Institute will open this weekend. [Dezeen]

A new proposal is being floated to surround Bridgewater Place in Leeds, England, with frames to combat the building's issue with directing winds as strong as 80 mph to the street. [The Guardian]

A new study finds a connection between the density of street design and human health. [The Atlantic]

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