From the Magazine: Meticulous planning and some simple tech tools can help manage the workflow of your team so the firm can stay on pace with its projects without its employees working excessive overtime. [ARCHITECT]
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Quote of the Day: “We like to think of it as the love-child of Robert Moses and Jane Jacobs." —Danish architect Bjarke Ingels on his firm's concept for the New York Dryline. [The Guardian]
Video of the Day:
New TV series Strange Inheritance aired an episode last night about the discovery of a furniture collection designed by well-known craftsman George Nakashima. [Fox]
Four More Stories for Tuesday: These vintage photos of the construction of the Empire State Building will make you queasy. [Mashable]
University of Minnesota researchers revealed a new physical equation that explains social interactions in large crowds and could provide architects with information on how designing spaces can facilitate fluid movement. [Minnesota Daily]
Icon rounds up projects by London-based design and architecture collective Assemble. [Icon]
Developer Roland Kassis hired architect Morris Adjmi to transform a Philadelphia former brewery into a boutique hotel. [The Philadelphia Inquirer]
Step Up, Step Down:
Tarlton, a St. Louis-based general contracting and construction management firm, promoted Sondra Rotty to senior project manager.
Awards: Enter Now!
AIA and Houzz launched the 2015 Future of Architecture Residential Design Contest and Showcase. Entries are due March 31.
The Radical Innovation Awards recognize innovative ideas that impact the hospitality industry. Contestants may submit their next big hotel concept until March 31.
ARCHITECT's R+D Awards recognize innovative building research, materials, and technologies at every scale—from design strategies and building systems to must-have products and digital tools. Entries are due April 17.
The 2015 World Architecture Festival Awards is accepting entries through May 22.
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