Photo of the Day:

Artist Damien Hirst's "5-Fluorotryptamine" and Banksy's "Submerged Phone Booth" are on display at Phillips' new headquarters and exhibition space in London designed by architecture firm Aukett Fitzroy Robinson. The art auctioneer celebrated the opening of the new space with an inaugural public exhibition of contemporary sculpture curated by Francesco Bonami.
Geoff Pugh/REX via AP Images Artist Damien Hirst's "5-Fluorotryptamine" and Banksy's "Submerged Phone Booth" are on display at Phillips' new headquarters and exhibition space in London designed by architecture firm Aukett Fitzroy Robinson. The art auctioneer celebrated the opening of the new space with an inaugural public exhibition of contemporary sculpture curated by Francesco Bonami.


ICYMI: The 2014 AIA Firm Survey Report shows how architecture firms have (and haven't) responded to the Great Recession. [ARCHITECT] The Urban Land Institute released a report proposing new infrastructure to combat sea-level rise in Boston. [ARCHITECT]

Quote of the Day: "Sugar Hill turns out to be like an A student who crams for the big test and then forgets to bring a pencil." —critic Michael Kimmelman on the New York project by David Adjaye, Hon. FAIA. [The New York Times]

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Check out ARCHITECT’s images of the Prentice’s demolition. [ARCHITECT]

Hashtag of the Day: #guggathon. The Guggenheim Museum is hosting a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon today to expand on the topic of  museum architecture in the Internet encyclopedia. Updates will appear on Twitter throughout the day with #guggathon. [Guggenheim]

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Five More Stories for Tuesday:

D.C.'s Arts Coalition is finalizing a three-to-five year lease of the city's old Dupont Underground. [Washington Business Journal]

After nearly a year of preparing for demolition, the 18-story Houston Club will be torn down on Oct. 19 and replaced by Gensler’s Capitol Tower, the first Houston development to be awarded LEED Platinum precertification. [Houston Business Journal]

An interview with architect Winy Maas of MVRDV on the firm's Markthal. [The New York Times]

A trio of scientists who developed the first blue light-emitting diodes (LEDs) in the early 1990s were awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics for their discovery. [BBC]

A look at the progress of Foster + Partners' Apple Campus 2. [Business Insider]

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