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Took codeine at the airport and all the people there started looking like those generic anonymous people you see in architectural drawings.
— Doug Coupland (@DougCoupland) August 22, 2014
Eight More Stories for Friday:
Zaha Hadid, Hon. FAIA, is suing over what was said about her in a book review. [Reuters]
The under-construction planned city of Lusail, Qatar, the anticipated host of the 2022 FIFA World Cup's final match, will cost an estimated $45 billion to build. [CNN]
The first subway station for Silicon Valley just got its last bit of state funding. [KQED]
The Wall Street Journal reports on the glass ceiling in architecture. [The Wall Street Journal]
Five reasons to like geodesic houses. [The Huffington Post]
Architect Gerald Horn died earlier this month. [Chicago Tribune]
A review of "Times Square, 1984: The Postmodern Moment" at New York's Skyscraper Museum. [The New York Times]
Critic Michael Kimmelman on the design of hospital rooms. [The New York Times]
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