From the Magazine: Q+A with Los Angeles–based Hodgetts and Fung principals Hsinming Fung, AIA, and Craig Hodgetts, FAIA, on the design of the new Jesuit High School Chapel in Carmichael, Calif. [ARCHITECT]

ICYMI: Critic Aaron Betsky discusses the sublime myths of architectural photography, Dutch firm OMA released new renderings of three Miami residential towers, an NCARB survey shows an uptick in the number of architects in the U.S., and Virginia's Colonial Williamsburg Foundation plans to expand its art museums.

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Six More Stories for Monday:

Architect Daniel Libeskind, AIA, discusses his love of reading books and says he never reads about architecture and architects—unless it's about the 17th-century Italian artist and architect Bernini. [Boston Globe]

Alexander Brodsky, who has been called Russia's greatest living architect, opened an exhibition at the Triumph Gallery in the Moscow Museum of Modern Art. [The Moscow Times]

New York's subsidized Sugar Hill apartment complex, designed by David Adjaye, Hon. FAIA, opened on Friday. [CBS New York]

Critic Inga Saffron evaluates the growing castle theme around Philadelphia's Barnes Foundation. [The Philadelphia Inquirer]

Photographs of the inside of Rotterdam's Markthal, designed by MVRDV. [Dezeen]

Boston's Ann Beha Architects and Philadelphia's Olin is renovating a 1920s Riddle & Riddle building, now the Saieh Hall of Economics at the University of Chicago. [Chicago Tribune]

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The AIA's COTE Top Ten and Top Ten + Awards recognize innovative projects that incorporate sustainable design strategies, while educating the profession and the public about the increased value of buildings that protect the environment. Submissions are due Jan. 26.

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