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.
Author: Stephen Zacks
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,…
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…
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.