Photo of the Day:

Rhian Tritton, the director of education and conservation at the ss Great Britain in Bristol, England, looks at a peep show item of the Thames Tunnel. The item is part of an exhibition on the work of the engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel slated to open in 2016.
Ben Birchall/PA Wire via Associated Press Rhian Tritton, the director of education and conservation at the ss Great Britain in Bristol, England, looks at a peep show item of the Thames Tunnel. The item is part of an exhibition on the work of the engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel slated to open in 2016.

Video of the Day: A drone investigates the progress of the Apple Campus 2, designed by London-based Foster + Partners, in Cupertino, Calif. [NBC Bay Area]


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Seven More Stories for Tuesday:

The Smithsonian Castle in Washington, D.C., was yarn-bombed to promote a new exhibition. [UnBeige; Quartz]

Jenny Wu of L.A.-based Oyler Wu Collaborative is working with 3D-printing company Stratasys to create a line of 3D-printed jewelry. [The Wall Street Journal]

Architects design sculptures from cans in the National Building Museum's "Canstruction" competition. [The Washington Post]

A look into the Atlanta Falcons' new $1.2 billion stadium through the retractable roof. [Bloomberg Businessweek]

Two new condo projects for New York City's High Line. [The New York Times]

Critic Mark Lamster writes on the lack of women in architecture. [The Dallas Morning News]

Scandinavian Design Group created a ceiling installation of acrylic pipes that react to movement beneath them. [Wired]

Step Up, Step Down:

David Neuman, FAIA, the architect for the University of Virginia, is stepping down in October. [The Washington Post]

Raymond A. Skinner retired as secretary of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Clarence J. Snuggs will serve as acting secretary. [Affordable Housing Finance]

Deidre Schmidt has been named president and CEO of CommonBond Communities, a leading affordable housing developer headquartered in St. Paul, Minn. [Affordable Housing Finance]

Frederick J. Ryan Jr. is named the new publisher of The Washington Post. [The Washington Post]

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