Photo of the Day: The Broad Museum in Los Angeles announced its plans to open on Sept. 20. If you want a sneak peek of the $140-million contemporary art museum designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Gensler, you can preview it for $10 this month—or you could check out ARCHITECT's hard-hat tour of it. [Los Angeles Times]
ICYMI: Urban Capital unveiled their Cubitat prototype at Toronto’s 2015 Interior Design show, MoMA PS1 selected Andrés Jaque for the 2015 Young Architects Program, AIA named the new members of the College of Fellows, + POOL opened an installation at New York's Ace Hotel Gallery last night, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the U.S. economy added 257,000 jobs in January.
Tweet of the Day:
"We architects may build in our own back yard anything as ugly...as we please, but we have no right to do this for clients." --Albert Kahn
— Blair Kamin (@BlairKamin) February 5, 2015
Instagram of the Day:
Video of the Day: Architect Jonathan Segal, FAIA's new mixed-use building in San Diego. [Contemporist]
Four More Stories for Friday:
Airing on Sunday on PBS: Treasures of New York focuses on the 50th anniversary of New York’s Landmarks Law. [Thirteen]
Could London’s disused Underground tunnels be turned into cycle paths? Design firm Gensler seems to think so. [Huh]
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The Residential Architect Design Awards (RADA) recognize outstanding work in advancing residential design. The standard entry deadline is Feb. 20.
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