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All the Books You Need to Read This Fall

All the Books You Need to Read This Fall

A roundup of 37 interest-piquing titles, spanning all scales of architecture and design, to read this season.

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Metropolis Musings

Metropolis Musings

Nostalgic about the publication’s 25th anniversary, Horace Havemeyer III, the founder and publisher of Metropolis, talks about its inception as well as its future.

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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
The Well-Tempered City: How to Balance Prosperity and Equity

The Well-Tempered City: How to Balance Prosperity and Equity

Renowned developer and urban thinker Jonathan F. P. Rose argues for new criteria for urban planning and development.

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
Dystopia in the Sky

Dystopia in the Sky

The first film adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s classic novel "High-Rise" is a decadent romp set against a background of Brutalism.

June 2016
"NYCxDESIGN Makes Our City a Powerhouse of Economic Activity"

"NYCxDESIGN Makes Our City a Powerhouse of Economic Activity"

When you visit this month's fair, think of the power of vision and what wonderful changes design can inspire, says Metropolis editor in chief Susan S. Szenasy.

May 2016
The A to Z of Issey Miyake

The A to Z of Issey Miyake

A lexicon and guide to the designer's groundbreaking portfolio, collaborators, and innovative thinking

May 2016
Failing Backward

Failing Backward

A new book treats the architectural failures of a radical past as a learning opportunity for an apathetic present.

April 2016
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