Photo of the Day:
ICYMI: The Denver City Energy Project plans to cut energy use and carbon emissions by 2020, a first look at Richard Meier, FAIA's Taichung Condominium Tower, and the takeaways from The Missing 32% Project Symposium.
Instagram of the Day:
Video of the Day: "Sound of Light," a project by Marco Barotti and Plastique Fantastique, perceives colors as sounds. [Designboom]
Six Stories for Thursday:
JP Morgan Chase revoked its plans to build a two-towered $6.5 billion headquarters on Manhattan's Far West Side. [The New York Times]
Construction is booming in Melbourne, Australia's second largest city. Is the supply surpassing the demand? [Bloomberg]
The New York Times debunks myths about Gustave Eiffel, the French engineer who built the Eiffel Tower and designed the iron skeleton inside the Statue of Liberty. [The New York Times]
Yesterday, the city of Boston launched an international design competition to adapt the city’s infrastructure to rising sea levels. [Boston Living With Water]
A sneak peek at the One World Trade Center observation deck. [New York Daily News]
Step Up, Step Down:
The Milwaukee Art Museum picked Monica Obniski to be the museum's new Demmer Curator of 20th and 21st Century Design. Obniski will start in January. [Journal Sentinel]
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