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Yale After Stern

Yale After Stern

The departure of an influential figure in architectural academia and the arrival of his successor, Deborah Berke, signal possibilities for correctives.

September 2016
When It Comes to Sustainability, We're Ranking Our Cities Wrong

When It Comes to Sustainability, We're Ranking Our Cities Wrong

Professor David Wachsmuth explains why sustainability rankings are inherently biased—and what we should do about it.

September 2016
The Best Cities to Live In

The Best Cities to Live In

Metropolis reveals its 2016 rankings.

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
The Connector

The Connector

Andy Klemmer has been behind the scenes for decades, connecting clients to some of the most important pieces of architecture of our time.

September 2016
Scottsdale's Museum of the West: Reviving Regional Culture, Avoiding Cliché

Scottsdale's Museum of the West: Reviving Regional Culture, Avoiding Cliché

Scottsdale’s Museum of the West is not only a repository of regional culture but also a catalyst for an urban community.

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
Reporter's Privilege

Reporter's Privilege

Despite its journalistic ethos, this year’s Venice Biennale doesn’t pass muster.

September 2016
Redefining Parisian Chic

Redefining Parisian Chic

For its latest boutique hotel, Marriott tapped famed interior designer Didier Gomez, who designed the hotel as "a vision of another Paris."

September 2016
In Focus: The Architecture of Francis Kéré

In Focus: The Architecture of Francis Kéré

At the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA), an exhibit features Francis Kéré, arguably the most influential African architect of his generation.

September 2016
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