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The Best of the 21st Century: Architecture

The Best of the 21st Century: Architecture

We asked leading practitioners to share their picks of the best projects of the past 16 years. The following is a curated list of architectural projects, both big and small, that have helped to define the cityscape of the new millennium.

July-August 2016
From Venice to Venice Beach: Denise Scott Brown's "Wayward" Eye

From Venice to Venice Beach: Denise Scott Brown's "Wayward" Eye

The influential architect-planner reflects on her colorful and analytic use of photography over the decades.

July-August 2016
Charles Waldheim: Landscape Urbanism All Grown Up

Charles Waldheim: Landscape Urbanism All Grown Up

The urban theorist argues that landscape, more than buildings, has fundamentally changed the way cities urbanize in the 21st century.

July-August 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
Breaking Ground: Using Housing to Reduce Health Care Costs

Breaking Ground: Using Housing to Reduce Health Care Costs

We speak with Brenda Rosen, the President and CEO of Breaking Ground, about the power and potential of supportive housing.

July 2016
A Healthy Dialogue: Putting Interiors & Exteriors in Conversation in Healthcare

A Healthy Dialogue: Putting Interiors & Exteriors in Conversation in Healthcare

Susan S. Szenasy talked to members of the Miami office of Perkins+Will about the mutually supportive role interior and exterior spaces play in healthcare environments.

July 2016
Designing a Physical Healthcare Facility for Virtual Care

Designing a Physical Healthcare Facility for Virtual Care

Mercy's Virtual Care Center offers a dynamic new alternative to health care, this time without beds.

July 2016
How Augmented Reality Could Shape Our Cities

How Augmented Reality Could Shape Our Cities

Pokemon GO is simply the first of what will surely be many augmented reality applications that will impact how real-world space functions.

July 2016
Why Cities Need Nighttime Mayors

Why Cities Need Nighttime Mayors

Urban nightlife researcher Andreina Seijas has devoted herself to helping cities become successful, 24-hour urban landscapes.

July 2016
Design Under 35: Andrea Cacciari Reflects on the Best of the Last 35 Years

Design Under 35: Andrea Cacciari Reflects on the Best of the Last 35 Years

We're celebrating our 35th anniversary by asking leading practitioners to share their picks for the most important design work since 1981.

July 2016
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