Culture

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Healthy Communities, Healthy People

Healthy Communities, Healthy People

As part of the Metropolis Think Tank series, Susan S. Szenasy talks to HKS, Inc., Kaiser Permanente, and Children’s Medical Center of Dallas about the shifts occurring in the health-care industry.

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Made in Taipei

Made in Taipei

Taipei's designation as this year's World Design Capital—chosen by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design—is a recognition of the city's pioneering, design-led urban strategies.

December 2016
Hospitality’s Wake-Up Call

Hospitality’s Wake-Up Call

To stay relevant in the increasingly mercurial hospitality industry, hotels are reinventing their relationships with guests and the local community.

November 2016
Review: MoMA's 'Modern Interiors' Falls Short

Review: MoMA's 'Modern Interiors' Falls Short

The Museum of Modern Art's latest exhibit revisits Modernism’s home remedies, but it misses the symptoms they were intended to treat.

November 2016
Refugees Could 'Save' America's Rust Belt—Will We Let Them?

Refugees Could 'Save' America's Rust Belt—Will We Let Them?

Across the nation, refugees are boosting America's legacy cities, but encountering resistance from residents. If these cities are to succeed, we must reframe the narrative around refugees—and design could have a pivotal role to play.

November 2016
Opinion: The Next Great Public Spaces Will Be Indoors

Opinion: The Next Great Public Spaces Will Be Indoors

Kjetil Trædal Thorsen, the cofounder of Snøhetta, argues architects must begin considering indoor space as just as public as outdoor space.

October 2016
The World's Most Creative Neighborhoods

The World's Most Creative Neighborhoods

A survey of the most creative neighborhoods in ten rapidly growing cities around the world.

September 2016
Architecture, The Hopeful Act

Architecture, The Hopeful Act

Editor in chief Susan S. Szenasy reflects on the promise and potential of architecture in the midst of a divisive political season.

September 2016
Looking Back: Metropolis Turns 35

Looking Back: Metropolis Turns 35

On our 35th anniversary, we reaffirm our belief in the importance of history.

July-August 2016
In A Digital World, RIT Proves The Artifact Remains Relevant

In A Digital World, RIT Proves The Artifact Remains Relevant

When everyone seemed to jump on the digital bandwagon, R. Roger Remington, RIT's Vignelli distinguished professor of design, went the other way.

June 2016
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