The designer of a politically-charged pair of rimless eyeglasses moves on to weightier issues.
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Jeremy Till argues that architects should consider the unpredictable forces that will change their buildings over time.
MOS’s weird and wonderful courtyard pavilion goes on view in Long Island City.
A New Yorker’s experience of SoCal sidewalks
Our creative director talks about this month’s cover illustration.
What if garments could be cut without creating any leftover scraps of fabric?
The latest addition to Lincoln Center provides something the campus has always sorely lacked: a place to sit.
Imagining a future of cute, affordable, user-assembled computer hardware
After all the anticipation and hype, our executive editor finally gets to experience the city’s new elevated park in person.
The creator of whimsical yet technologically innovative seating passed away on June 13.
Two of the city’s artists are employing banal materials for organic experiments.
The USGBC’s new headquarters are housed in a renovated 1970s office building, for which Wilson negotiated a green lease. Photo: Larry Olsen/courtesy Envision If green building is to ever become mainstream (and, trust me, it’s not even close today), it will need people like Sally Wilson working behind the scenes. A trained architect, Wilson is a real estate broker in…
A Metropolis contributing editor notices an interesting trend in the latest issue of Dwell.
Dozens of photos of products and parties from this year’s NeoCon World’s Trade Fair, in Chicago
Could cheap, easy-to-assemble living quarters turn abandoned industrial buildings into flexible residential spaces?
At NeoCon, our editor in chief glimpses the future of mobile, energy-efficient computing.
Our writer gets an exclusive tour of Bernard Tschumi’s long-awaited new museum.
At the new La Fonda del Sol, Adam D. Tihany tones down the original restaurant’s over-the-top exoticism.
The city’s “mayor for life” finds himself on the defensive.
You can watch the entirety of the magazine’s day-long ICFF conference from the comfort of your desk.