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1. The World's Most Livable Cities
Metropolis ranks the best cities to live, work, and play in.
article 13 %
2. The Year in Review
What are the most important buildings, products, or events of 2013 that have ramifications for the future?
article 4 %
3. The Young and the Restless
Hunting for a fresh crop of innovative designers.
article 1 %
4. Think Again
Steelcase develops a more comfortable and sustainable version of its groundbreaking chair.
article 1 %
5. Thinking About Shrinkage
Dessau is one of several German cities testing creative solutions for urban depopulation.
article 1 %
6. Think Locally: The Flaws of Importing Material article 1 %
7. This Old House
A piece of prefab history in Massachusetts must find a new site—or else be demolished.
article 1 %
8. Thom Mayne’s Moment
Six years ago he was the rowdy prince of paper architecture. Now he’s got eight major projects in the works. Has success tamed this confrontation artist?
article 1 %
9. Through the Looking Glass
Inspired by Lewis Carroll, designer Louise Campbell takes a crack at this year’s Ideal House.
article 1 %
10. Tigerman Sees Red (and Topaz)
Topaz Medallion winner Stanley Tigerman calls it like he sees it.
article 1 %
11. Timeless Landshaper: Richard A. Glaser article 1 %
12. To Buy Or Not To Buy?
Whirlpool and Viking show their wares in new Atlanta spaces—but none are for sale.
article 1 %
13. Together Apart : Designing With Tension article 1 %
14. Tokyo's Endangered Modernist Buildings Find an Unlikely Advocate
The fashion designer Tomas Maier has launched a campaign to save the best of the Japanese capital's twentieth-century architecture.
article 1 %
15. Tomorrow's Designers article 1 %
16. Too Much History article 1 %
17. Too Much, Too Late?
An expansive exhibition at MoMA reflects on Latin America’s Modernist legacy. Does it do the region justice?
article 11 %
18. Too Virtuous
The latest Triennial is long on good intentions but short on sex appeal.
article 1 %
19. Top 11 Reasons You Should Ignore Top 10 (or Top 100) Lists
Liz Gerber talks about the limitations of creating lists
article 1 %
20. To Reshape the World, Architects Need to Design at Every Scale
We should revive public works for the design opportunities they create, argues Metropolis's editor in chief.
article 1 %
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