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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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