ICYMI: The Glasgow School of Art is looking for an architect to restore the 1909 Mackintosh Building, Luftwerk illuminated Mies van der Rohe's Farnsworth House as a public art exhibit, and Skanska committed to a new certification program for sustainable infrastructure.
From the Magazine: Los Angeles firm Platform for Architecture + Research sees competitions as vehicles for building working relationships, regardless of their outcomes. [ARCHITECT]
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Chicago-based architects David Woodhouse, FAIA, and Andy Tinucci, AIA, announce their professional partnership with a firm name change: David Woodhouse Architects will now be known as Woodhouse Tinucci Architects.
Detroit's Tiger Stadium, demolished in 1999, will be rebuilt at two-thirds-scale in Branson, Mo. [MLive]
Photos of the Domino Sugar Factory demolition. [Curbed NY]
In Berlin, a 2,460-foot swimming pool is proposed for the city's River Spree. [CityLab]
A man has been arrested and charged with vandalizing the walls of New York's Whitney Museum of American Art, which is preparing to move to a new location. This is the second time in recent months that the museum has been defaced. [CBS New York]
A new Maryland company is making a ready-made, $349 3D printer. [The Baltimore Sun]
J.Crew photographed some catalog shots at Philip Johnson's Glass House. [J.Crew]
The state of the architectural profession in Europe has "damaged animal spirits." [The Economist]
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Delphine Daniels is now associate at New York's Mitchell | Giurgola Architects.
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