ICYMI: Zaha Hadid Architects designed a Cambodian genocide memorial and the Richardson Olmsted complex in Buffalo, N.Y., is being turned into a hotel and events space.

From the Magazine:

Will Santiago Calatrava, FAIA’s Innovation, Science and Technology building help repair the architect’s troubled reputation? [ARCHITECT]

Critic Witold Rybczynski, Hon. FAIA, discusses Harvard Business School's new Tata Hall and the challenges of expansion at the campus. [ARCHITECT]

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Video of the Day: Architect Rem Koolhaas, Hon. FAIA, discusses how smart technology can be integrated into architectural design at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit in San Francisco. [The Telegraph]

Six Stories for Tuesday:

Architect Michael Graves, FAIA, argues against the demolition of his Portland Building and provides solutions for the city to improve the building. [The Oregonian]

MIT begins site preparations for the Collier Memorial. [MIT News]

The two new Lego architecture sets for 2015 are the Lincoln Memorial and the Flatiron Building. [Gizmodo]

Bridges can be warped by Google Earth’s depth-sensitive photo mapping tools. [Postcards from Google Earth]

Proposals for affordable housing in Philadelphia are moving forward. [CBS Philly]

Business Insider’s Asta Thrastardottir describes Frank Gehry, FAIA’s Fondation Louis Vuitton as a “glass sailboat.” [Business Insider]

Step Up, Step Down:

John Snellinger named corporate vice president of Baltimore firm Chambers. [Chambers]

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