Photo of the Day:
A model of the Philadelphia Museum of Art's master plan, designed by Frank Gehry, FAIA.
Credit: Matt Rourke/Associated Press
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Maps of the Day: Architecture is the second-largest design sector in America, and Seattle has a higher concentration any other big metro. [CityLab]
Happy belated birthday to Sheila Sri Prakash (July 6) of Shilpa Architects Planners Designers in Chennai, India—the first woman to start her own architecture firm in that country. [Shilpa Architects]
6 More Stories for Tuesday:
A proposal to Congress calls for Chicago's Pullman neighborhood to be considered a national historical park under the National Park Service. [Next City]
Detroit's North End neighborhood will prove whether or not Mayor Mike Duggan's promise for improvements ring true. [The New York Times]
On Saturday, roughly 500 people gathered near Tokyo's National Stadium in opposition of the proposed 2020 Summer Olympics stadium, designed by Zaha Hadid, Hon. FAIA. [The Washington Post]
Sicily's town of Giarre, which contains 25 unfinished building projects, has been dubbed the "Archaeological Park of Sicilian Incompletion." [The Atlantic]
18 "quirky" San Francisco houses. [San Francisco Chronicle]
29 pairs of then-and-now photos of New York City. [Buzzfeed}
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