Indiana's University of Notre Dame has announced a massive, 750,000 square feet, 3-building construction project—the biggest in the school's history. The design of the $400 million development, called the Campus Crossroads Project, will be modeled in the style of the school's stadium as well as materials and design components from the campus' Collegiate Gothic-style buildings.
"At a time when some are questioning the future of the residential college campus," wrote university president Rev. John I. Jenkins in a letter to the school community, "we believe the investment in these new facilities, which will house new research and teaching venues, several academic departments, a much-expanded student center, a digital media center and a variety of hospitality and programming spaces, will greatly enhance the campus experience for all those who study, live, work here and visit Notre Dame, as well as new amenities that will deliver outstanding game day experiences for Irish fans." [Notre Dame News]
London-based Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners design stadium for Venezuela. [Dezeen]
Are we actually entering another housing bubble? [The Atlantic Cities]
The exhibition "Frank Lloyd Wright and the City: Density vs. Dispersal," which opens at New York's MoMA on Saturday, explores the architect's love-hate relationship with urbanism. [The New York Times Style Magazine]
MIT journal Thresholds is looking for submissions. [Thresholds]
Leo A Daly's Charles Dalluge, Assoc. AIA, was appointed to the joint committee of the American Institute of Architects and the Association of General Contractors.
Malibu, Calif.-based architect Lester Tobias wrote a book on dealing with zoning code in his city. [The Malibu Times]
Take a photo tour of architect David Ling's loft in New York. [Remodelista]
Amherst College's board picked Kyu Sung Woo Architects, based in Cambridge, Mass., to design new dorms. [The Amherst Student]
Architect Henri Vatable Jova died at 94. [The Atlanta Journal-Constitution]
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