Photo of the Day: The University of Tennessee is currently renovating the 1925 Sophronia Strong Hall to be a science and laboratory building, but preserving 20,000 square feet of the original building. Until 2008, Strong Hall was a women's dorm, and even said to be haunted.

Michael Patrick, Knoxville News Sentinel/Associated Press

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Video of the Day: Forget Detroit. Michael Palin visits the abandoned factory town of Fordlandia, located in the middle of the Brazilian Amazon. [ BBC]

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Dubai wants to build a city—including shopping, theater, hotels, a theme park, a "wellness district," and roads and parking—that is all temperature-controlled. [ Slate]

The Green family, which owns Hobby Lobby, has proposed a Bible museum in southwest Washington, D.C. The museum would replace the 1920s Washington Design Center, which the family bought in 2012. [ The New York Times]

Remembering Stanford White's lost Manhattan "love nest," site of the infamous red velvet swing. [ Atlas Obscura]

The loneliest building type: There were 2,000 drive-in movie theaters in the U.S. in 1980. Today, they are an endangered species. [ Quartz]

The Related Group and Dezer Development are proceeding with a 60-story residential tower in Miami-Dade County, with architecture by César Pelli, FAIA, and interiors by Giorgio Armani. [ Miami Herald]

The Aspen Art Museum in Colorado prepares to move next month into a building designed by Pritzker Prize winner Shigeru Ban, Hon. FAIA. [ The Wall Street Journal]

C.F. Møller Architects and Brut Architecture and Urban Design designed a tower intended to build community among residents. [ Fast Co.Design]

A proposal to turn World Cup stadiums into housing. [ CityLab]

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