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Making the Past Present: How a Site’s History Can Shape its Future

Making the Past Present: How a Site’s History Can Shape its Future

How architects can mine a site's story to craft solutions specific to its context

March 2014
Q&A: Shigeru Ban, 2014 Pritzker Laureate

Q&A: Shigeru Ban, 2014 Pritzker Laureate

Metropolis sits down with this year's Pritzker winner.

March 2014
Exclusive: Meet The 2014 Pritzker Prize Winner, Shigeru Ban

Exclusive: Meet The 2014 Pritzker Prize Winner, Shigeru Ban

The Japanese architect and cardboard innovator is the prize's 37th laureate.

March 2014
Digital Details

Digital Details

In the hands of NRI, a leading fabrication service, 3-D printing is a finely honed craft.

March 2014
How Migrant Workers Are "Silent Collaborators" in Global Architecture

How Migrant Workers Are "Silent Collaborators" in Global Architecture

Beyond Qatar, fantastic architecture is dependent on migrant labor.

March 2014
S.O.S. Shukhov: Moscow Icon Set to Be Dismantled

S.O.S. Shukhov: Moscow Icon Set to Be Dismantled

The Shukhov Tower, one of the 20th century's engineering marvels, is expected to be demolished and reconstructed elsewhere.

March 2014
Flea Markets Save Houston Neighborhood

Flea Markets Save Houston Neighborhood

How one Houston neighborhood is betting on flea market trucks and other mobile venues to revitalize their community.

March 2014
The 2014 Serpentine Pavilion Blends Sci-Fi with Stonehenge

The 2014 Serpentine Pavilion Blends Sci-Fi with Stonehenge

Preview this year's Serpentine Galleries summer pavilion, designed by architect Smiljan Radic.

March 2014
A Tropical Modern in Rio

A Tropical Modern in Rio

Discovering a high modernist gem at the foot of Rio's hills.

March 2014
Well-Oiled Machine

Well-Oiled Machine

Led by Bill Baker, the engineering team at SOM Chicago is reshaping the form and function of buildings.

March 2014
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