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Whose Modernity?

Whose Modernity?

Rem Koolhaas's provocation for the architecture biennale helps expose critical non-Eurocentric histories.

Metropolis Musings

Metropolis Musings

Nostalgic about the publication’s 25th anniversary, Horace Havemeyer III, the founder and publisher of Metropolis, talks about its inception as well as its future.

The Photographer's Eye: Why Context Matters

The Photographer's Eye: Why Context Matters

Lyle Rexer examines the visual legacy of Metropolis.

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.

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.

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.

A Patch of Blue

A Patch of Blue

Metropolis's editor-in-chief questions how we can connect healthcare design and nature

Playing in Traffic

Playing in Traffic

New Yorkers have found numerous ways to ignore the highway-centered city of Robert Moses.

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