Project of the Day: Brazil's Arena de São Paulo, designed by Aníbal Coutinho, is home to the Corinthians soccer team and one of the stadiums hosting the 2014 FIFA World Cup matches. The stadium opened in April.
Quote of the Day: "[T]he worldwide publicity this criticism has caused has not only been good for the building but it has been great for bringing Chicago into the news—and for something other than the negative news of late." —Donald Trump in an op-ed. [Chicago Tribune]
Tweet of the Day:
If you pile 25 Villa Savoyes on top of one another, it's not a modernist building any longer
— ChristopherHawthorne (@HawthorneLAT) June 20, 2014
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6 More Stories for Monday:
Blair Kamin writes that the whole debate over Donald Trump's sign in Chicago may lead to some regulatory changes. [Chicago Tribune]
Here's why modern architecture is the perfect setting for movie villains. [The Sydney Morning Herald]
Q&A with Waitsfield, Vt.–based William Maclay, AIA. [The New York Times]
Artist Carsten Höller installed a slide on Vitra's campus in Weil am Rhein, Germany. [The New York Times]
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has raised 94 percent of its $610 million fundraising goal for the expansion project and the endowment. [Bloomberg]
The reputations of Frederick Law Olmsted and Robert Moses. [CityLab]
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