Nostalgic about the publication’s 25th anniversary, Horace Havemeyer III, the founder and publisher of Metropolis, talks about its inception as well as its future.
This community leader is helping to forge a healthy connection between urban farming and new employment opportunities for Detroit’s youth.
With the winning bid for the Hudson Rail Yards announced, the author takes a critical look at the flawed selection process.
Running a city today requires quick and nimble decision-making, along with a clear, long-term vision for the future.
Course# Met126 This course is AIA/CES registered for 1LU/HSW/SD. Sustainability is no more a buzz word, it’s the backbone of your projects. High performance has become critical to architecture; new shapes emerge in the service of environmental responsiveness, high-tech efficiency,…
For decades we were told that high-density public housing didn’t work. But in New York City, a new model has emerged: privately developed mixed-income projects by prominent architects that reach back into the sky.
As architectural activists go, Teddy Cruz is a firebrand. His passionate sermons begin with the observation of injustices along the Tijuana–San Diego border, but in his broad geopolitical gloss, urban inequality divides along a global north-south axis associated with immigration…