From the Magazine: Amager Resource Center, designed by Copenhagen, Denmark-based Bjarke Ingels Group, received a citation in the 62nd annual Progressive Architecture Awards. [ARCHITECT]
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Video of the Day: Not-so-small challenges of the tiny house movement, according to Portlandia. [IFC]
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A 39-story residential tower, designed by Boston-based firm Add, is planned for one of the last vacant sites in the downtown Dallas Arts District. [The Dallas Morning News]
How NBC’s Parks and Recreation tackled some complex municipal issues over the show's seven-year run. [NextCity]
The 74 entries in the Nine Elms competition to design a bridge across the Thames River in London range from structures that look like mandolins to pathways that serve as greenhouses. [The Guardian]
Wyeth is selling a make of Hans Wegner's Tub Chair, by PP Mobler. [T Magazine]
A recent Yale Architectural Journal article urged architects to focus more on the financial aspects, rather than the artistic side, of their work. [Yale Daily News]
Singapore-based Lekker Architects' co-founders Joshua Comaroff and Ong Ker-Shing, a husband-and-wife architectural team, won $20,000 in the inaugural OUE Artling ArchiPavilion Design Competition for their pop-up pavillion design. [The Straits Times]
Google is expected to announce a proposal for its new headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., designed by London-based Heatherwick Studio and Copenhagen, Denmark-based Bjarke Ingels Group. [The New York Times]
Awards: Enter Now!
AIA San Francisco's Design Awards program recognizes projects in the Bay Area. Submissions are due by tomorrow, Feb. 26.
The Residential Architect Design Awards (RADA) recognize outstanding work in advancing residential design. The standard entry deadline is extended to Friday, Feb. 27.
The Radical Innovation Awards recognize innovative ideas that impact the hospitality industry. Contestants may submit their next big hotel concept until March 31.
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