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ICYMI: The Whitney Museum of American Art hosted a dedication ceremony, AIA submitted a letter to Congress opposing the proposed repeal of the federal government's 2030 energy targets, John Peterson talks about his vision for the Loeb Fellowship, U.S. energy consumption has decelerated, and our weekly tech roundup includes gummy bear stained glass.
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Five More Stories for Friday:
On the concept of building names. [The New York Times]
The New York City townhouse where Eleanor Roosevelt once had an apartment is on the market for $18 million. [The Wall Street Journal]
The backstory on why George Lucas' museum proposed for San Francisco's Presidio failed. [San Francisco Chronicle]
Lego Architecture unveiled its latest miniature model, a re-creation of New York City’s famous Flatiron Building. [Hypebeast]
Step Up, Step Down:
Washington, D.C.'s Karn Charuhas Chapman & Twohey announced that Jamie Leclerc will serve as director of government interiors and Patricia Raimondeau will take over as senior designer in the firm's corporate interiors studio.
Awards: Enter Now!
Marvin Windows and Doors are seeking designs that utilize the company’s products for for its seventh annual Architects Challenge. Submissions are due today, May 1.
The American Society of Landscape Architects is accepting submissions for its 2015 Awards. Student entries are due tomorrow, May 2.
The 2015 World Architecture Festival Awards is accepting entries through May 22.
The Portland chapter of the AIA is accepting entries for Stitch II, a competition challenging students and emerging designers to propose ideas for re-purposing space under a bridge on Interstate 405. Proposals are due June 1.
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