From the Magazine: Kansas City, Mo.–based KEM Studio has created a signature fusion of architectural and industrial design. [ARCHITECT]

ICYMI: The USGBC extended the LEED 2009 registration deadline, and the limited-edition magazine REM explores the fundamentals of architecture.

Number of the Day: 10,000—The number of Internet pylons that New York City is installing to bring free WiFi to the public. [Huh]

Instagram of the Day:

I feel grounded these days.

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Six More Stories for Tuesday:

Plans for the first Paris skyscraper built in 42 years were thwarted after accusations that the city's opposition councillors violated a secret ballot. [The Guardian]

London’s notoriously dangerous Old Street Roundabout could become a cyclist-friendly public square. [Huh]

Orlando-based U.S. Thrill Rides released the design for the world's tallest rollercoaster, Skyscraper. The Orlando attraction, which will rise to 500 feet, is expected to open in 2017. [Orlando Sentinel]

Critic Mark Lamster writes that the Continental Avenue Bridge is "destination and not a connector." [The Dallas Morning News]

The collapse of a 210-year-old New Orleans building raises questions about urban decay and proper building inspections. [CBS News]

"Prada Marfa"—the famed Texas art installation by artists Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset that was recently granted museum status—will be fixed after being vandalized last March. [The Fashion Law]

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