Tweets of the Day: Well, folks, that's it for the United States in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Belgium beat the U.S. 2-1 on Tuesday at Arena Fonte Nova. Like us at ARCHITECT, Americans across the country were sporting the red, white, and blue.

Video of the Day: Lightning struck Chicago's Willis Tower multiple times on Monday night. [The Washington Post]

Map of the Day: The Municipal Art Society of New York has developed an interactive map of the city's five boroughs for use by NIMBYs and developers alike that shows available floor-area ratio, indicating spots that are ripe for development. [CityLab]

6 More Stories for Wednesday:

Architect Joseph Filippelli on future office design. [Metropolis]

Will the World Cup stadiums benefit Brazil once the games are over? [The New York Times]

Time Out lists the "ugliest buildings in downtown Chicago." [Time Out]

A developer is offering a Tesla (plus charging station) to the buyer of a Brooklyn triplex. [New York Magazine]

The Commission on Chicago Landmarks will review the latest Wrigley Field renovation plan on July 10. [Chicago Sun-Times]

James Carpenter and Gensler are working on the remodel for Thanksgiving Tower in Dallas. [The Dallas Morning News]

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