- This year’s Pritzker Prize winner, Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena, posted four of the firm’s low-cost “incremental” housing projects on the firm’s website for free download in order to help with the affordable housing crisis. [Dezeen]
- Vornado has given a 10-year lease to Shake Shack to open in its Penn Station retail corridor. [TRD]
- Frank Gehry reflects on 30 years of friendship with Zaha Hadid. [Architizer]
- NYC TLC data shows that the taxi industry is contracting, Uber is growing, and Lyft is struggling. [Todd W. Schneider]
- There’s now a coloring book for map-obsessed adults. [CityLab]
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