Photo of the Day:

David Chipperfield's "Sticks and Stones" installation at the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin consists of 144 tree trunks. The British architect is on deck to renovate the gallery, originally designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, next year.
Stephanie Pilick/picture-alliance/dpa/Associated Press David Chipperfield's "Sticks and Stones" installation at the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin consists of 144 tree trunks. The British architect is on deck to renovate the gallery, originally designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, next year.

Timelapse of the Day: The construction of the University of Cincinnati's Nippert Stadium. [YouTube]


Nine More Stories for Tuesday:

Peek inside the first shipping container housing container project in D.C., designed by the city's Travis Price Architects. [DCist]

Los Angeles skyscrapers no longer must have flat roofs. [Los Angeles Times]

The Petite Ceinture is a 150-year-old unused railroad in Paris. [The Guardian]

Photos nearly 30 years apart show the changes in New York City's Meatpacking District. [CityLab]

The restoration on New York's Woolworth Building, designed by Cass Gilbert, is scheduled to be completed by 2016, and the building's 34 new high-end condos are going up for sale. [The New York Times]

Architects design cardboard panniers for city cyclists. [Fast Company's Co.Exist]

A poster of 90 buildings with a blueprint look. [Slate]

The Harold & Dorothy Steward Center for Jazz in St. Louis, Mo., opens Thursday after a $10 million renovation. [The New York Times]

Dutch artist Boris "DELTA" Tellegen partners with Belgium art publisher Case Studyo to produce a brutalist concrete toy. [Juxtapoz]

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