From the Magazine: Phoenix-based Jones Studio balanced security and serenity in its design for the Mariposa Land Port of Entry, sited in Nogales, Ariz. [ARCHITECT]

Phrase of the day: "avant garden" [CNN]

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Five Stories for Monday:

Musée Picasso Paris, housed in a 17th-century mansion, reopened after five years and €52 million ($66 million) of renovations. [Forbes]

A decade of illegal National Park Service construction projects, totalling $3 million, damaged Native American burial sites in northeast Iowa. [NPR]

A train station in Vinge, Denmark—designed by Danish architecture firm Henning Larsen and landscape architecture firm Tredje Natur—"blends seamlessly into Denmark’s hilly topography without looking out of place among the buildings that surround it." [Wired]

Florida's Seminole State College is now offering an interior design class focused on meeting the needs of clients with autism. [Orlando Sentinel]

How to survive a kitchen renovation project. [Las Vegas Review-Journal]

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