Photo of the Day:

Inside the "Kuechenmonument" (kitchen monument) installation at Berlin's Berlinische Galerie. The modern art museum has planned several events inside the bubble-shaped tent.
Maurizio Gambarini/picture-alliance/dpa/Associated Press Inside the "Kuechenmonument" (kitchen monument) installation at Berlin's Berlinische Galerie. The modern art museum has planned several events inside the bubble-shaped tent.

Today in Stadiums: Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder revealed that the team is planning on building a new stadium. Snyder says he asked architectural firms to design a retro look, reminiscent of the team's former home, Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium. [Bleacher Report]

ICYMI: Netherlands-based Mecanoo Architecten breaks ground on their first built project in China. [ARCHITECT]

Quote of the Day: "Let's hope that the building, whose opening exhibits include a show devoted to Ban's disaster-relief work, act as a goad, encouraging individuals and corporations to do more to address global problems, rather than a balm, making them feel that, by donating to the museum or buying a paper-tube vase designed by Ban from the gift shop, they have done enough." —Dana Goodyear on Shigeru Ban, Hon. FAIA, and the Aspen Art Museum. [The New Yorker]

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Six More Stories for Thursday:

Crews spent 40 minutes transporting an 1840s law office about a mile in St. Charles, Ill. [Chicago Tribune]

Following the largest Bay Area earthquake since 1989, critic John King reports on how new San Francisco towers are prepping for tremors. [San Francisco Chronicle]

Carnegie Mellon University selected Santa Monica, Calif.based Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners to design the new home of the Tepper School of Business. [Pittsburgh Business Times]

A new exhibition at the Yale School of Architecture, "Infra Eco Logi Urbanism," examines the future of urban planning. [Yale Daily News]

An underground survey of Stonehenge has found more than 15 other monuments. [Smithsonian; h/t The Huffington Post]

Jero is a plywood yurt that can fit in a car. [Wired]

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