New wind turbines installed on the monument's structure promise to take Paris's beloved landmark off the grid.
The prolific designer skillfully blends Modernist influences with his Brazilian heritage in more than 150 products.
Metropolis's editor in chief looks forward to a more diverse architectural profession.
Susan S. Szenasy
Behnisch Architekten inserts a sustainable wooden conference hall into Geneva’s maze of glass buildings, and breaks new ground for modern timber construction.
Evoking the mysterious underworld of seaside grottoes, a theatrical health-care center in Naples provides a palate-cleansing experience for passengers taken ill aboard cruise ships.
A butcher shop in São Paulo redefines the experience of buying meat by channeling sophistication and a gallery-like ambiance.
We should revive public works for the design opportunities they create, argues Metropolis's editor in chief.
Please Do Not Enter isn’t a secret, but it isn’t exactly well-known either. To founders Nicolas Libert and Emmanuel Renoird, both originally from Paris, this means they are doing something right.
Philips Lighting’s tiles glow with wayfinding, colors, patterns, and even the news.
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