Metropolis Magazine - Metropolis Magazine February 2005
A range of eclectically detailed and high performance materials for interior surfaces.
In the toothpaste aisle in Duane Reade, the future looks dizzy with too many options.
Why should we care what happens to Chinese cities? Because the Chinese care what we think.
At the University of Cincinnati, top architects get a strong request from the students. Will the twenty-first-century campus give us what Aretha Franklin asked for?
The competitors and winner of this year’s Electrolux Design Laboratory.
Provenza’s large-format tiles are not just for the bathroom floor.
New materials and innovative design are making folding bicycles an urban reality. But can American car-culture change enough to make them safe to ride?
To mark its accession to the United Nations, the Swiss government bestowed the organization with a new interior for its famous headquarters.
Architect William McDonough has witnessed China’s rapid modernization and sees hope for sustainable development.