Photo of the Day:
ICYMI: The Smithsonian Institution may open its first permanent international gallery in a new arts district in London. A Chinese company has built what it claims are the world's tallest 3D-printed building and the world's first 3D-printed large residence.
Tweet of the Day:
Always worth repeated that Brutalism derives from "beton brut," raw concrete in French, but came to encapsulate hostility of detractors.— Michael Kimmelman (@kimmelman) January 28, 2015
Six More Stories for Wednesday:
The New York Public Library launched an interactive tool for browsing a 1970s photography collection of the city's doorways. [CityLab]
The New York Times explores architecture beyond Rome's historic center. [The New York Times]
Meyer, an Ardmore, Penn.–based firm, joined an association with 16 other firms, called ONE Global Design Network. [The Philadelphia Inquirer]
Critic Michael Kimmelman pleads to save Paul Rudolph's Orange County Government Building in Goshen, N.Y., a "paragon of midcentury American idealism." [The New York Times]
The L.A. Board of Supervisors is moving forward with historic preservation regulations that apply to private property in unincorporated areas of the county. [Los Angeles Times]
Chicago's Department of Buildings has posted an online interactive map of "problem landlords." [Chicago Tribune]
Step Up, Step Down:
KieranTimberlake announces five new partners: Billie Faircloth, AIA; Matthew Krissel, AIA; Richard Maimon, FAIA; David Mark Riz, AIA; and Jason E. Smith, AIA. [KieranTimberlake]
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