Photo of the Day:

The design for a memorial commemorating the attacks at the 1972 Olympics in Munich.
Andreas Gebert/picture-alliance/dpa/Associated Press The design for a memorial commemorating the attacks at the 1972 Olympics in Munich.

New York City's High Line: The final section of New York's High Line opened this weekend. [New York Post] Michael Kimmelman calls it a "heartbreaker." [The New York Times] Justin Davidson: "The park becomes more playful in its latest incarnation." [New York Magazine] Chris Coplan: "The third phase is very much a window into the future rather than a ramble through Manhattan's industrial past." [The Telegraph]

Here's a look back at the second phase of the project. [ARCHITECT]

ICYMI: The Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction, based in Zurich, announced the recipients of its 2014 Holcim Awards for North America. [ARCHITECT]

Map of the Day: A detailed, hand-drawn map of San Francisco. [CityLab]

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Six More Stories for Monday:

A 129-year-old building in Dallas was razed yesterday to accommodate the expansion a boutique hotel. The building was in the Dallas Downtown National Register District, but had no local historic designation and therefore no protection from demolition. [The Dallas Morning News]

London's 10 most beautiful buildings. [Time Out London]

Critic Rowan Moore reviews University of Greenwich's new architecture school building, designed by Dublin firm Heneghan Peng. [The Guardian]

A photography series looks at the buildings used by the East German secret police. [Wired]

The British Museum in London and all of its exhibits will be digitally recreated in the video game Minecraft. [BBC]

The unequal restoration efforts on Frank Lloyd Wright's Bach House and Robie House. [Chicago Tribune]

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