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!
I.M. Pei passes away at 102
Pioneering architect I.M. Pei has passed away at 102, after a storied career designing modern buildings all over the world, as well as a Pritzker Prize.
Winner revealed for University of Illinois at Chicago arts building competition
The University of Illinois at Chicago picked OMA and KOO Architecture to design its new 88,000-square-foot Center for the Arts building.
Apple takes over Washington, D.C.’s historic Carnegie Library
Apple Carnegie Library has taken over one of Washington, D.C.’s historic structures, turning it into a massive “town hall”–style store.
Shirley Chisholm monument designers discuss using space to honor a legacy
The architect-artists won the open call to design a new monument dedicate to Congressperson Shirley Chisholm in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park.
The World Trade Center Oculus is still leaking
The lengthy skylight of the WTC Oculus is designed to open every September 11, but computer errors last year may have ruined the opening’s rubber seals.
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