Metropolis Magazine - Metropolis Magazine February 2003
Young designers get a pick-me-up from Vienna’s coffee house cum design store.
Ignoring its Modernist lineage, Ikea seeks to dismantle a classic Marcel Breuer building.
Once students fought for civil rights. Now they want mixed-use, transit-oriented development.
A design team uses common materials to create fantastic wallpapers.
A new map of the West Bank reveals a troubling phenomenon: urban sprawl as human-rights abuse.
Nuno’s unique textiles interweave art and craft, tradition and technology.
Can a prototype skyscraper made entirely of composite materials survive the post-9/11 mania for safety?
An increasing number of environmentally responsible building materials are available to architects.
Our lovable curmudgeon offers up a candy box full of (nearly) unreserved praise.
Dario Antonioni talks about his Luna chair for Orange22.