Photo of the Day: For more than an hour on Wednesday afternoon, two window washers were stuck dangling at a 75-degree angle off the 68th and 69th floors of New York City's One World Trade Center. Both were safely rescued by the fire department. [The New York Times; NBC New York] The building, designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, is the tallest skyscraper in the United States and opened last week.

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Instagram of the Day:

Fulton Transit Center, Grimshaw, Arup and James Carpenter.

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The Fulton Center reopened on Monday after suffering damages from the Sept. 11 attacks and more setbacks during the construction phase. [ARCHITECT]

Video of the Day: Artist Takashi Murakami's Bakuramon temple installation reinterprets the Rashomon Gate at his Gagosian Gallery show. [The Wall Street Journal]

Seven Stories for Thursday:

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall, designed by Maya Lin, was dedicated 32 years ago today. #TBT

A modular 3D printer called Flux launched Tuesday on Kickstarter, and is already funded more than four times over. [TechCrunch]

Eduardo Souto de Moura is working on a project for Washington, D.C. [UrbanTurf]

Friends of the Parks oppose plans to build the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art on Chicago's lakefront, and plan to file a lawsuit using the "public trust doctrine." [Chicago Tribune]

Calmac, an ice-based energy storage system, developed an app to track thermal energy use in commercial buildings. [Business Wire]

Found objects from a San Francisco construction site hint at the city's past. [The Bold Italic]

Architect David Mackay, co-founder of Barcelona, Spain–based MBM Arquitectes, died at age 80. [Dezeen]

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The Progressive Architecture (P/A) Awards recognize unbuilt projects demonstrating overall design excellence and innovation. The standard entry deadline is tomorrow, Nov. 14.

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