Photo of the Day:

Someone BASE jumps off Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur Tower during KL Tower International Jump on Sept. 27.
Lai Seng Sin/Associated Press Someone BASE jumps off Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur Tower during KL Tower International Jump on Sept. 27.

For more stomach-churning photos and videos, check out columnist Aaron Betsky’s blog post about daredevils who climb to the tops of skyscrapers and bridges. [ARCHITECT]

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Seven More Stories for Monday:

Critic John King reviews San Francisco's James R. Herman Cruise Terminal at Pier 27 by KMD Architects and Pfau Long Architecture. [San Francisco Chronicle]

Los Angeles's Samuel-Novarro House—designed by Frank Lloyd Wright's son, Lloyd Wright—hit the market, listed at nearly $4 million. [Chicago Tribune]

Jacksonville, Fla., architect Taylor Hardwick died on Saturday at 89. [The Florida Times-Union]

A video board collapsed during a football game at the newly renovated University of Massachusetts stadium. [FanSided]

A Q+A with 100 Resilient Cities president Michael Berkowitz. [CityLab]

Photos of South Africa's Ponte City Apartments. [TIME]

Reporting from Seattle, astrophysicist and NPR blogger Adam Frank explains why city planning and nature should be more holistic. [NPR]

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