From the Magazine: The winners of the 62nd annual Progressive Architecture Awards. [ARCHITECT] Sharon Fieldhouse in Clifton Forge, Va., designed by Design/Build Lab. [ARCHITECT]

ICYMI: Kate Diamond, FAIA, joined HDR as a design principal; a social media recap of Boston's legendary snowfall; Rem Koolhaas, Hon. FAIA, was hired to design a new High Line project in New York; and Snøhetta converted a Brooklyn warehouse into an artist's studio for José Parlá.

Tweet of the Day:

#TBT Video of the Day: Comedian Fred Armisen parodies architects.

Five More Stories for Thursday:

A look back at how San Francisco's cultural landscape has changed since the opening of a 1930s Art Deco residential tower in Nob Hill. [San Francisco Chronicle]

The search for Marlon Blackwell, FAIA's replacement as head of the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas is down to five candidates. [The Arkansas Traveler]

Construction starts today on the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. [DCist]

A dive into San Francisco's affordable housing debate: Is building up the residential market really the solution? [The Washington Post]

Jonathan Adler does Formica. [California Home + Design]

Step Up, Step Down:

Washington, D.C.'s BBGM promoted Amy O'Neal to director of business development.

Cindy Couture joined Canadian firm Lemay as the new brand and communications director.

Awards: Enter Now!

The Residential Architect Design Awards (RADA) recognize outstanding work in advancing residential design. The standard entry deadline is Feb. 20.

The 2015 Washington Unbuilt Awards Program recognizes unbuilt theoretical and commissioned projects. Submissions are due Feb. 23.

The Design Talks Institute recognizes alternative ideas for reframing how underutilized spaces can be used in urban environments in its Lost Spaces 2015 competition. Submissions are due March 30.

The Radical Innovation Awards recognize innovative ideas that impact the hospitality industry. Contestants may submit their next big hotel concept until March 31.

Robert A.M. Stern Architects is hosting its third annual RAMSA Travel Fellowship, a $10,000 prize for the purpose of travel and research. Proposal submissions are due April 10.

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