A designer's dream studio, The Workspace at A/D/O pushes one member to make work at the intersection of nature, sculpture, and critique.
The award and mentorship program promotes diversity among the industry's leadership.
Barcelona-based designers fuse traditional craft with fresh, modern looks.
With support from The Workspace at A/D/O, the young design firm Trueing, creates a minimalist testament to the "ever-changing world of design."
Metropolis editors select their favorite products from NYCxDESIGN.
For the past three years, Susan S. Szenasy, Metropolis’s publisher and editor in chief, has been leading a series of discussions on key issues around human-centered design. On June 1, 2016 she talked with a panel of experts about the…
The fireclay kitchen sink has been produced for centuries using the same fundamental, artisanal process. For over 90 years, German manufacturer BLANCO has worked with craftspeople to maintain this tradition. Now, the company offers apron front sinks in three…
Landscape and Light Drive This Home Renovation in the Judean Foothills.
The winning proposals for Tomorrow's Workplace Design Competition provocatively look to the broader community.
Often relegated to pure functionalism, increasingly, the ceiling is taking on architectural expression.
A new report by Staples Business Advantage confirms what we already knew: workplace wellness matters.
An artist’s response to a design icon from the Gilded Age is also a criticism of the disparities in society today.
Period interviews with the genius engineer are brought to life in this colorful video short.
The ambitious proposed additions to the Internet giant's headquarters have been met with skepticism and reservations.
Gehry's Fondation Louis Vuitton and Google's Self-Driving Car Among the 2015 Designs of the Year Nominees
London's Design Museum has announced the 76 hopefuls in the running for its eighth annual design awards.