Metropolis Staff

The Design Public Speaks

Metropolis editors surveyed notable people in and around New York City, including architects, designers, politicians, and writers, to hear their reactions to the December 18, 2002, plans for Ground Zero presented by the Lower Manhattan Development Corp. (LMDC) and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey). This is what they had to say. Alexander Gorlin, Alexander Gorlin Architects…

Questions Still Largely Unasked—and Unanswered

We have some questions that didn’t get asked at the December 18 presentation and still haven’t been fully addressed. These are questions that should be asked, that must be asked, if the World Trade Center site is to benefit Lower Manhattan and prove what good urban planning can do. 1. Who will want to work in an office “above the…

People & Parties 06/11/2002

Behind every showroom and new product introduction at NeoCon was a celebration. METROPOLIS captured some of the show’s social highlights. Join the party by viewing our exclusive photo coverage of some of the major showroom and launch festivities at this year’s NeoCon. June 11, 2002 Categories: Uncategorized

People & Parties 06/10/2002

Behind every showroom and new product introduction at NeoCon was a celebration. METROPOLIS captured some of the show’s social highlights. Join the party by viewing our exclusive photo coverage of some of the major showroom and launch festivities at this year’s NeoCon. June 10, 2002 Categories: Uncategorized

Let the Show Begin!

We are proud of our booth. In fact, we love our booth! It goes up easily and it is welcoming, like a booth should be. It is unique and simple and fun, and it is plunked right in the center of the activity at ICFF. The Metropolis booth is a series of petals that consist of metal frames covered sock-like…

ICFF Opening Night Party at MOMA

Even after a long, busy day at the Javits, ICFFers were out in full swing to celebrate GLM’s opening night party at the MoMA. And what a bash it was! May 18, 2002 Categories: Uncategorized