Metropolis Magazine - Metropolis Magazine October 2012

 

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We challenge the design community to address the full arc of human life with its variety of needs.

Architizer Killed the Architecture Star?

Architecture has undergone something of a cleansing in recent years, reducing the relative impact of stars on the profession. With a few notable exceptions.

Architecture has undergone something of a cleansing in recent years. With a few notable exceptions.

Creative Deficiency

We spend more than $20 billion a year on the design and construction of new health-care facilities in the United States. And yet, from a design perspective, the vast majority of these projects are banal, at best. Why is the bar set so low for hospital design?

Spirited Revival

An amphitheater created by the design/buildLAB at Virginia Tech brings new energy to a struggling rail town.

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