Missed some of this week’s architecture news, or our tweets and Facebook posts from the last few days? Don’t sweat it—we’ve gathered the week’s must-read stories right here. Enjoy!
Patrik Schumacher sues to become sole executor of Zaha Hadid’s estate
Seeking to oust the other three executors of Zaha Hadid’s $90 million estate, Schumacher has filed a claim with London’s High Court.
Björk announces new show for The Shed in New York City
Icelandic pop pioneer Björk will be world premiering Cornucopia at The Shed, the cultural institution set to open in Manhattan’s Hudson Yards.
Michael Graves Architecture completes the world’s tallest statue
The nearly 600-foot-tall Statue of Unity in Gujarat, India, depicts Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, an integral figure in the independence movement.
Atlanta council members green light controversial $5 billion Gulch project
Last Monday, in a midnight vote before election day, the Atlanta City Council approved a proposal to redevelop “The Gulch,” a 40-acre swath of the city.
AIA outlines 6 key post-election issues to pursue with new Congress
Following last week’s midterm elections, the AIA held a “Post-Election Debrief” to outline six key issues it’s set to focus on with the new U.S. Congress.
That’s it; have a great weekend!