Photo of the Day:

Hans Ulrich Obrist, curator of Switzerland's pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale, with a model of Cedric Price's Fun Palace.

Hans Ulrich Obrist, curator of Switzerland's pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale, with a model of Cedric Price's Fun Palace.

Credit: Luigi Costantini/Associated Press

Quote of the Day: "Today, it seems strange to me that most local architects, who have lent their names to highly commendable projects, don't seem to be taken seriously, or get the recognition they deserve."  —J. Sebastian Sinisi, former reporter for The Denver Post, on architects in Denver. [The Denver Post]

Tweet of the Day:


The architect of Chicago's Trump International Hotel and Condos, Adrian Smith, FAIA, also has thoughts on the huge "TRUMP" letters, saying they are "done in poor taste." [NBC Chicago]

Map of the Day: The National Trust for Historic Preservation mapped old buildings with a bunch of other city-living measurements such as Walk Score. The maps stem from a report that notes: "Analysis of data from three major American cities shows that areas with a mix of older, smaller buildings perform better than districts with larger, newer structures when tested against a range of economic, social, and environmental outcome measures." [DCist]

Instagram of the Day:


Infographic of the day: Where in America single-family homes are most likely to have porches, decks, patios, and more. [Pew Research Center]

Happy belated birthday to Frank Lloyd Wright, who was born 147 years ago Sunday. These are the five most expensive Wright-designed properties on the market right now. [ARCHITECT]

5 More Stories for Monday:

A developer in Southwark, London, has installed metal spikes on the sidewalk to prevent people from sleeping there. London's mayor Boris Johnson called the spikes "ugly, self defeating & stupid" in a tweet Monday. [The Telegraph]

A rendering (although not final) for the Orlando City Soccer stadium. [Orlando Business Journal]

A bitter preservation battle is heating up in Cincinnati over the Davis Furniture building in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. [The Cincinnati Enquirer]

Empty office space in Rotterdam, the Netherlands hit 18.5 percent at the end of last year, up from roughly 6 percent in 2008. [Next City]

Frank Gehry, FAIA, promises new designs for D.C.'s Eisenhower Memorial by July. [Reuters]

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