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!
Junya Ishigami ordered to pay interns after Serpentine uproar, as Elemental ends internships
Junya Ishigami has been taken to task for using unpaid internships, and the Serpentine has ordered that he pay anyone working on the Serpentine Pavilion.
NOMA President Kim Dowdell on the politics of Detroit and the architecture profession
AN interviews NOMA’s new President Kim Dowdell on rebuilding Detroit’s housing and what it will take to build a more equitable architecture profession.
Vessel and Hudson Yards are open. What do the critics think?
While architecture critics have been, well, critical of Thomas Heatherwick’s $150 million Vessel, that hasn’t stopped the public from coming out to see it.
onePULSE Foundation announces competition for National Pulse Memorial & Museum in Orlando
onePULSE Foundation announced it will hold a two-stage international competition to design the new National Pulse Memorial & Museum in Orlando, Florida.
Peter Zumthor lightens and shortens LACMA design
Peter Zumthor’s office released new renderings of its design for LACMA, showing a simpler concrete skin and a shorter building overall.
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