From the Magazine: The winners of the 2014 Annual Design Review in the Bond category. [ARCHITECT]

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ICYMI: New York's American Museum of Natural History picked Chicago's Studio Gang Architects to design an addition. Alpharetta, Ga.–based firm Wakefield Beasley & Associates is designing the mixed-use development surrounding the future Atlanta Braves ballpark. Thirty-eight universities indicated interest in NCARB's new licensure proposal.

Happy birthday to Ray Eames, who would have been 102 today.

Eight More Stories for Monday:

Critic Blair Kamin names the biggest architecture stories of 2014. [Chicago Tribune]

Q+A with architect David Heymann, FAIA, known for designing former President George W. and Laura Bush's home. [The New York Times]

Critic Oliver Wainwright reviews a doll house exhibition at the V&A Museum of Childhood in London. [The Guardian]

The University of Chicago's ongoing plans to revitalize Hyde Park will further divide students and local residents. [The Atlantic]

Blair Kamin compares Chicago's newly opened Maggie Daley Park to a "gangly teenager." [Chicago Tribune]

The AIA's New Jersey chapter named Princeton-based firm Joshua Zinder Architecture + Design the 2014 Architectural Firm of the Year. [JZA+D]

Looking back at the legacy of New Orleans architect August Perez III, who died earlier this month. [CityLab]

Madrid-based PKMN Architectures designed an apartment with storage racks attached to industrial tracks on the ceiling, which allows for the space to be reconfigured. [Wired]

Awards: Enter Now!

The AIA's COTE Top Ten and Top Ten + Awards recognize innovative projects that incorporate sustainable design strategies, while educating the profession and the public about the increased value of buildings that protect the environment. Submissions are due Jan. 26.

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