Photo of the Day:

The "Tribute in Light," an annual remembrance of the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Dan Callister/REX via Associated Press The "Tribute in Light," an annual remembrance of the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.

ICYMI: The 2014 ARCHITECT 50 ranks the top firms of the year, including the best in sustainability, design, and business. [ARCHITECT]

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Infographic of the Day: Someone on Twitter pointed out an infographic from this Sept. 5 article in The Guardian.


Five More Stories for Thursday:

Massimo Vignelli's 1970 NYC Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual reissue gets funded in a day. [Kickstarter]

A study examines how historic preservation regulations relate to New York City housing prices. [Quartz]

Critic John King on San Francisco's public plazas. [San Francisco Chronicle]

Galveston, Texas, broke ground on public housing six years after Hurricane Ike damaged 70 percent of the structures in the area. [Houston Chronicle]

Georgia Institute of Technology professor Ellen Dunham-Jones, AIA, on the remaking of America's "dead" shopping malls. [NPR]

Step Up, Step Down:

Chicago and Palo Alto, Calif.-based Valerio Dewalt Train Associates promoted William Turner, AIA, to principal, and Erik Rogers, Sheri Andrews, AIA, Joseph Lawton, and Kurt Volkman, AIA, to senior associates.

John Chau, AIA, Stephen Van Dyck, and Rafael Viñoly-Menendez join Seattle-based LMN Architects as partners.

Roland Binker, AIA, joins Perkins+Will as an associate principal and senior medical planner.

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