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Learning from Africa

Learning from Africa

Ten ways how creativity on the continent reflects and suggests global shifts in design practice

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The L.A. Design Gallery That Bridges Experimental Design on Both Sides of the Pacific

The L.A. Design Gallery That Bridges Experimental Design on Both Sides of the Pacific

Based out of a Los Angeles landmark, Gallery ALL is a vital node in the city's design network.

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Witnessing History

Witnessing History

A retrospective look at Swiss photographer René Burri's career reveals a portrait of the twentieth century.

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Announcing the Launch of the Shape the Future Competition

Announcing the Launch of the Shape the Future Competition

Metropolis's next competition asks designers to take a bold leap with DuPont Corian.

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A New Exhibit Spotlights Key Black Fashion Designers

A New Exhibit Spotlights Key Black Fashion Designers

'Black Dress' explores the work of 10 black fashion designers.

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Living Privately in Public

Living Privately in Public

The familiar signifiers architects use to describe housing are growing tired and unhelpful for designing new models of living.

January 2017
The City Is Out There: A Mexico City Exhibit Goes Beyond Its Walls

The City Is Out There: A Mexico City Exhibit Goes Beyond Its Walls

La Ciudad Está Allá Afuera, an ongoing show at the Tlatelolco University Cultural Center, uses art and architecture as a lens through which to explore the Mexican capital’s many realities.

January 2017
Data and Intuition

Data and Intuition

Data Visualization Helps Architects Make Better Hospitals.

January 2017
Reclaiming Inauguration Day as 'Design as Protest' Day

Reclaiming Inauguration Day as 'Design as Protest' Day

As Donald J. Trump is sworn in as president today, “Design as Protest” workshops will take place around the country, from New Orleans to New York.

January 2017
NYCHA Finally Acknowledges the Importance of Design—But Is That Enough?

NYCHA Finally Acknowledges the Importance of Design—But Is That Enough?

For the first time in its 83-year history, the New York City Housing Authority has released guidelines that establish design principles to follow when rehabilitating residential buildings. But is this a case of too little, too late?

January 2017
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