ICYMI: The firm that restored the Statue of Liberty in the 1980s has filed for bankruptcy, and ARCHITECT visits the Boston office of NADAAA.

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Six More Stories for Tuesday:  

U.S. nonprofit organizations, such as Habitat for Humanity and Transitional Housing Corp, are working to bring energy efficiency technologies to low-income houses. [The Guardian]

Greek firm Panos Dragonas Christopoulou Architects designed a conceptual cabin for the rooftop of an apartment building. [Gizmag]

Balancing the security requirements of government buildings with good urban design is a "puzzle that the architectural profession needs to solve," says journalist John Gallagher. [Detroit Free Press]

A Scottish artist builds little model structures with cardboard. [Wired]

Photographs of Haiti from after the 2010 earthquake compared to what it looks like today. [National Geographic]

A profile of Miami's Design District and the man who built it. [CityLab]

Step Up, Step Down:

Skanska USA Civil hired Jeff Stewart to serve as vice president of proposal development and marketing to oversee the proposal process for major design-build and public-private partnership projects.

Skanska also promoted Don Fusco to chief operating officer, West.

Awards: Enter Now!

The AIA's COTE Top Ten and Top Ten + Awards recognize innovative projects that incorporate sustainable design strategies, while educating the profession and the public about the increased value of buildings that protect the environment. Submissions are due Jan. 26.

The Design Talks Institute recognizes alternative ideas for reframing how underutilized spaces can be used in urban environments in its Lost Spaces 2015 competition. Submissions are due March 30.

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