Photo of the Day:

In 2013, 12 people were killed in a shooting at this Washington Navy Yard building in Washington, D.C. Building 197, renamed Joshua Humphreys Building, reopens today after a $6.4-million renovation. [The Washington Post]
Pablo Martinez Monsivais/Associated Press In 2013, 12 people were killed in a shooting at this Washington Navy Yard building in Washington, D.C. Building 197, renamed Joshua Humphreys Building, reopens today after a $6.4-million renovation. [The Washington Post]

ICYMI: Snøhetta reveals renderings of Le Monde Headquarters in Paris; associate editor Hallie Busta highlights six new products from the 2015 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show; and columnist Aaron Betsky reviews the renovated Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum.

Video of the Day: Pepsi transformed the University of Phoenix Stadium, designed by Peter Eisenman, FAIA, and Populous, into a spaceship in the video introduction to Sunday's Super Bowl XLIX halftime show at the Glendale, Ariz. stadium.

Eight More Stories for Monday:

Fashion designer Alexander Wang does furniture. [Designboom]

AIA Pennsylvania names its 2015 Board of Directors. [AIA Pennsylvania]

The Weidt Group, the energy practice of design firm EYP, opened an office in Boston—its first on the East Coast.

Architect and sculptor Robert Bruno spent years on the Steel House in Lubbock, Texas, but he died before completing it. Critic Mark Lamster writes about the future of this house, which he says "could easily be something landed from outer space, the kind of house a James Bond villain might occupy." [The Dallas Morning News]

Critic Witold Rybczynski, Hon. FAIA, is giving a lecture, ", Locatect," on Tuesday night at Drexel University. [Drexel University]

Philadelphia architect William W. McDowell, Jr. died at 85. [The Philadelphia Inquirer]

A 1959 house that the late Modernist architect William Kessler designed for his family is going on the market for $399,000. [Detroit Free Press]

A peek inside the Paris apartment of architect Anne Geistdoerfer. [The Telegraph]

Awards: Enter Now!

The Radical Innovation Awards recognize innovative ideas that impact the hospitality industry. Contestants may submit their next big hotel concept from Feb. 2 to March 31.

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.

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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