Metropolis will host a Q & A session with Susan S. Szenasy, the magazine’s publisher and editor in chief and and KI's Vice President of Healthcare Debbie Breunig. The conversation will take place on Twitter and users will be able to participate and follow along by using the hashtag #DesignForHealth.
Author: Dora Sapunar
Kugler Ning reveals seven secret tricks behind creating award-winning lighting designs that are so sensitive and beautiful, they feel almost inevitable.
Friday November 13th, 2:30–3:30 PM EST, Metropolis will host a live interview with publisher/editor in chief Susan Szenasy and Phil Bernstein, vice president of Autodesk, a leading provider of digital design, engineering, and software.
The Quick Ship collection gives American architects and designers access to the best of Spanish porcelain tile.
The Icelandic artist-designer uses unconventional materials and narratives as a generator for his creative work.
The Danish designer uses decorative elements to illustrate patterns in everyday life.
The IDEO protégé expands the boundaries of designing thinking and strategy.
The Brussels-born product designer infuses objects with a reassuring feeling and friendliness.
The newly founded Phyllis M. Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking at Tulane University seeks to blur the lines between the academic environment and the larger community, by acting as a resource to both.
A recent panel hosted by Metropolis and Humanscale tackled the question of the technology's increasingly more vital role in the workplace.
A look at the season's handiest mobile design applications
Irma Boom and KnollTextiles collaborate on an extremely versatile collection.
A new book extends our knowledge of the famed landscape architect by examining her public spaces
Product designer Lyn Godley explores the potential of a thousand points of light for healing environments
The Guggenheim rotunda is transformed into a sublime skyspace in James Turrell’s new exhibition.