Photo of the Day: HOK released new renderings of a St. Louis NFL stadium. [HOK] While the stadium could be the future home of the St. Louis Rams, the team is also considering moving to Los Angeles. Peter King writes, "So St. Louis has an owner with one foot out the door but with a solid plan to keep the team in a beautiful stadium." [The MMQB]
From the Magazine: House 1014 by H Arquitectes in Granollers, Spain. [ARCHITECT]
Quote of the Day: "The Flatiron Building yearns to be drawn as a ship"—Birgit Schössow, the cover artist of this week's edition of The New Yorker. [The New Yorker]
Tweet of the Day:
My favorite Art Deco mailbox: A replica of the Field Bldg in lobby of Field Bldg, 135 S, LaSalle. pic.twitter.com/ox0njFcdIl— Blair Kamin (@BlairKamin) March 2, 2015
Video of the Day: Political satirist John Oliver highlights the importance of updating America's crumbling infrastructure. [YouTube]
Seven More Stories for Tuesday:
On U.C. Berkeley's "aesthetically displeasing structures." [The Daily Californian]
The first show at the new Whitney will be "America Is Hard to See." [The New Yorker]
San Franciscans, according to architectural renderings. [San Francisco Chronicle]
Kansas City, Mo.–based firms Populous and HNTB, along with local firm Eppstein Uhen, will design the Milwaukee Bucks' new arena. [Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel]
Critic Oliver Wainwright explores the forgotten history of Africa's avant-garde architecture. [The Guardian]
A hotel in Taiwan has a Batman theme. [Esquire]
Step Up, Step Down:
Noelker and Hull Associates hired Bruce Brooks, AIA as a senior principal. [Noelker and Hull Associates]
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.
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