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Announcing the Winners of the Living Cities Competition

Announcing the Winners of the Living Cities Competition

Two speculative visions for 2040 New York

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
Kon Wajiro, and the Objects of Everyday Life

Kon Wajiro, and the Objects of Everyday Life

A current exhibition at the New School explores the diagrammatic drawings of the celebrated Japanese architect-designer.

March 2014
Strong Impressions

Strong Impressions

Textured panels in cast stone make an impact for interiors and exteriors.

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
Neal Feay: Course Correction

Neal Feay: Course Correction

A third-generation aluminum fabricator reinvents itself by opening up to design.

March 2014
A Miniature Manhattan Wrought in Marble

A Miniature Manhattan Wrought in Marble

'Little Manhattan' replicates the island-city in 2.5 tons of marble.

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
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