Photo of the Day:
ICYMI: Bjarke Ingels talks about the design of his "BIG Maze" in Washington, D.C. [ARCHITECT]
Instagram of the Day: A graphic designer created logos for ghost towns in Saskatchewan. [News Talk 980 CJME]
Happy belated birthday: Philip Johnson, who died in 2005, was born on July 8.
6 More Stories for Wednesday:
High recycling rates can mask the fact that more waste is being diverted to landfills. [BloombergView]
While off-putting to some, David Adjaye's (Hon. FAIA) Sugar Hill development in New York is designed to empower. [CityLab]
A proposed glass tower by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates may offer new views of New York's Grand Central Terminal. [DNAinfo New York]
There used to be playground and park 30 feet above Delancey Street in New York City's Lower East Side. Now there isn't. [The New York Times]
Renderings of the stadiums for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. [Yahoo News]
Margaret Rhodes describes the Pathé Foundation building, designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, as a "giant balloon armadillo squeezing its way through the streets of Paris." [Wired]
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