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Game Changers 2016: Lacaton & Vassal

Game Changers 2016: Lacaton & Vassal

Social housing is threatened with demolition nearly everywhere it exists. Two architects have pioneered a strategy for saving these important public assets and the communities that live in them.

January 2016
Game Changers 2016: KieranTimberlake

Game Changers 2016: KieranTimberlake

It's meaningless to talk of sustainable buildings without accounting for how they will be used. The Philadelphia-based architects have turned their own office into a laboratory to test strategies like natural ventilation and to develop technologies for sensor-driven products.

January 2016
Planet Eames

Planet Eames

A sprawling retrospective of design’s favorite duo reveals how conscious they were of the power of their own image.

January 2016
Art Topology

Art Topology

An emerging New York–based firm interprets the oeuvre of a controversial artist for a museum in Wuzhen, China.

January 2016
A Younger Public

A Younger Public

Recently renovated, the Lawrence Public Library is a sunlit amalgam of reading spaces, maker spaces, and tech areas.

January 2016
Design Forecast

Design Forecast

Anti-ownership, holography, and revisiting hippie values: Curators, critics, experts, designers, and Metropolis editors share their predictions for the year ahead.

January 2016
The Man Behind the Pink Pipe

The Man Behind the Pink Pipe

Ludwig Leo’s bold embrace of modernity and willingness to experiment make a reexamination of his work especially timely.

January 2016
Q&A: Cara Michell and Courtney D. Sharpe on the Urgency of the Black in Design Conference

Q&A: Cara Michell and Courtney D. Sharpe on the Urgency of the Black in Design Conference

The organizers of the long-overdue symposium explain how the event addressed social injustice through design.

January 2016
Science Spectacle

Science Spectacle

When it is completed next summer, the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science in Miami will feature the world's most cutting-edge planetarium.

December 2015
Setting the Table

Setting the Table

Fewer than 20 percent of American office workers take a lunch break, partly because the average workplace doesn’t have a lunch room. Architecture firm Snøhetta has designed its own offices to accommodate this important activity and make it the central focus of the workday.

November 2015
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