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Want Universal Design? Make Technology More Intuitive

Want Universal Design? Make Technology More Intuitive

Designer Patricia Moore on the shortcomings of minimal compliance, and why she’s hopeful that technology can create a more inclusive built environment

July-August 2014
Futurist Predicts How Gen Z-ers Will Work

Futurist Predicts How Gen Z-ers Will Work

Dr. Michael O’Neill, senior research strategist at Haworth, on the future of the office, the demographics dilemma, and the emerging need for clarity in workplace design

July-August 2014
Snøhetta Rethinks the Future of Times Square

Snøhetta Rethinks the Future of Times Square

The Norwegian architects on how they're transforming public spaces into "platforms for living"

July-August 2014
Molded for Strength

Molded for Strength

Luca Nichetto and Cassina borrow a production process from the car industry for the Motek chair.

July-August 2014
What Is the State of Design Criticism?

What Is the State of Design Criticism?

Leading architecture and design critics ponder the future of their profession.

July-August 2014
The Photographer's Eye: Why Context Matters

The Photographer's Eye: Why Context Matters

Lyle Rexer examines the visual legacy of Metropolis.

July-August 2014
What's the Role of Sacred Architecture in Our Cities?

What's the Role of Sacred Architecture in Our Cities?

Reverend Thomas Pike, who was inspired by a 1983 Metropolis conference to become a leader in historic preservation, looks at the importance of sacred spaces in urban areas.

July-August 2014
Looking Forward: What's Next for Metropolis

Looking Forward: What's Next for Metropolis

Publisher and editor in chief Susan S. Szenasy remembers the endless curiosity of Horace Havemeyer III and the lessons it provides for all of us moving forward.

July-August 2014
Looking Back: Remembering the Early Days of Metropolis

Looking Back: Remembering the Early Days of Metropolis

Akiko Busch recalls how Horace Havemeyer III’s innate understanding of architecture informed the early issues of his magazine.

July-August 2014
Concrete Possibilities

Concrete Possibilities

Jess Sorel’s outdoor furniture designs take advantage of Landscape Forms’ high-performance material.

July-August 2014
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