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1. 'The Little Prince' and Le Corbusier
What does the modernist architect have to do with the children's classic?
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2. 100% Recycled article 1 %
3. 10 Emerging Voices Winners on the Program's Lasting Influence
Steven Holl, Eric Owen Moss, Toshiko Mori, and more explain the personal importance of the award and its impact on their careers.
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4. 10 Highlights from the Chicago Architecture Biennial
The "State of the Art of Architecture" generally delivers on its promise to expand our definition of architecture as a cultural art.
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5. 2007 ICFF Editors Award Winners Announced article 1 %
6. 2008 Next Generation Runners-up: Water Works
This year’s competition looked for solutions to a global problem that many experts are calling the next big environmental crisis.
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7. 2008 Next Generation Winner: The Pleated Bucket
A young architect uses a high-tech material to solve a chronic problem: the transportation of clean water.
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8. 2011's Cream of the Green article 1 %
9. 2014 in Review: All the Year's Top Stories
A look back at the best features and articles from Metropolis.
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10. 2015 Rudy Bruner Award Medalists Design for Change: Courageous Projects Tackle Big Urban Issues
The five 2015 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence medalists illustrate that it’s possible for good design to have significant social impact, tackling big issues like the quality of public education, homelessness, and public health.
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11. 2016 Serpentine Pavilion Opens
Today, the 2016 Serpentine Pavilion, designed by BIG, and four "summerhouses," were unveiled at the Serpentine Gallery in London.
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12. 21st Century Learning
place as they relate to literacy and learning—particularly youth learning. His work focuses
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13. 25 Exhibitions to Catch This Fall
Metropolis' editors select the exhibitions we're most excited to check out this fall.
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14. 2-Player Game
Designers Peter Pashley and Ken Wong are making a name for themselves in the gaming world by tapping into new portable and wearable technologies.
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15. 3-D Printing Saves a Frank Lloyd Wright Treasure
In central Florida, architects have adopted 3-D printing to restore an obscure Wright-designed gem.
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16. 3form Chroma
Renewable panels get an infusion of brilliant color.
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17. 50 Books to Read This Fall
Our guide to essential reading for the rest of the year, spanning all scales of design, from graphics to cities
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18. 50 Books to Read This Spring
Our essential guide of architecture and design books will keep you busy well into the summer months.
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19. 7 Seminal Spaces
Some of our best interior designers take a walk through their favorite rooms—past and present—showing us the moves behind the magic.
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20. 8 Artists Envision Their Ideal Workspaces
Herman Miller asked eight artists to reflect on their ideal place to work. They responded not only with words, but with fantastic, whimsical images.
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