ICYMI: Florida Polytechnic University, master-planned by Santiago Calatrava, FAIA, in Lakeland, Fla., opened to the public on Saturday. [ARCHITECT]
Quote of the Day: "Well, I believe any building, any house, any room even, is talking to us in its own language. We often hear or register the message subconsciously, but it's there. Sometimes the message is deliberate—the designer wants us to feel the way we're feeling. Sometimes it's completely unconscious." —novelist Alison Lurie. [National Geographic]
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How does the new Denver Art Museum Administration Building, designed by the city's Jeff Sheppard, AIA, fit in with the museum's other buildings? [The Denver Post]
Tour the San Francisco 49ers' new Levi's Stadium. [USA Today]
Meanwhile, San Francisco firm IwamotoScott proposes turning "The 'Stick," the team's old stadium, into a giant greenhouse. [San Francisco Chronicle]
Inmates at a San Francisco jail created models of alternative prison designs.[Los Angeles Times]
Critic Paul Goldberger, Hon. AIA, reviews Frank Gehry, FAIA's latest museum project, the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris, which opens in October. [Vanity Fair]
Critic Philip Kennicott on the new Foster + Partners-designed CityCenterDC in Washington, D.C. [The Washington Post]
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