Today, the AIA also announced its AIA Firm Award, Topaz Medallion, and Edward C. Kemper Award recipients.
The leaves are turning and publishers are preparing a whole slate of new releases—from North Korean architecture to cutting-edge material experimentation, here are our favorites.
See the Thesis Projects of Liz Diller, Daniel Libeskind, and Other Cooper Union Grads at New Exhibit
Archive and Artifact: The Virtual and the Physical at the Cooper Union showcases physical drawings, models, and the school's growing digital archive of student work.
In many ways, architecture and dance couldn't be more different. One is traditionally solid and still, the other dynamic and kinetic. One relies on drawings and images, the other on personal instruction and…
Dubbed "The Forum," the 56,000-square-foot project on the university's 17-acre Manhattanville campus aims to be a global and local hub for lectures, conferences, and events.
The 28,000-square-foot facility, which opened this month in Manhattan’s Financial District, is Rockwell’s second project for the Blue School.
The sprawling biennial’s installations highlight how designers can find new sources of knowledge and collaboration.
Robert Irwin: Site Determined, open at the Pratt Institute through November 28th, showcases the artist's rarely-seen drawings and models.
New York City's month-long celebration of architecture—which includes films, tours, lectures, discussions, and more—kicks off October 1st.
This September, the Motor City is celebrating its arts, culture, and design—past, present, and future—with a diverse array of happenings.
“Our inspirations pull from film and music, which could be attributed to my childhood dream of directing music videos.”
While questions surrounding data collection loom, the renderings hint at what the technology company hopes to achieve on the Toronto waterfront.
The facade of the office towers, which contain approximately 1,000,000 square feet of space, features a low-tech solution to resisting solar heat gains.
The upgrades include over 176 tons of new glass that give visitors unparalleled panoramas of Seattle and its surroundings.
Danish artist Asmund Havsteen-Mikkelsen's installation Flooded Modernity is floating in the waters of Vejle, Denmark, until September 2nd.
As part of our 2018 Design Cities issue, Metropolis looked at projects, firms, and places that are driving global design culture today.
The two firms are designing a new space that aims to foster cross-disciplinary work among the GSD's many programs and Harvard at large.
Super-Sustainable Dwelling, Built to Push the Limits of Self-Sufficiency, Goes on View at U.N. Headquarters
A collaboration between Yale University, Gray Organschi Architecture, and the U.N., the CLT module was designed and built within a break-neck speed of five weeks.
The Boston Seaport development features planning by James Corner Field Operations, Sasaki, and NADAAA, as well as a new high-rise by OMA's New York office.
99 Hudson, a luxury condominium development designed by Perkins Eastman, and Journal Squared, a trio of rental towers by HWKN, showcase the evolution of Jersey City.
Designed by Hacin + Associates, the new office enables collaboration between its teams while plugging into Boston’s burgeoning start-up and tech scene.
The second phase of the Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park, which opens today, was co-designed by SWA/BALSLEY and WEISS/MANFREDI.
On several panels focused on cities, arguments connecting public health to architecture arose as new tools for empowering architects.
Elefante spoke to Metropolis about the Conference on Architecture in New York City, which is exploring the many challenges and opportunities facing the architecture profession.
The AIA Conference covers an impossibly diverse array of topics, from preservation to public health, but certain key themes standout this year.
The can't-miss Now What?! Advocacy, Activism & Alliances in American Architecture Since 1968 will be on view in Brooklyn during the AIA Conference on Architecture.
The pop-up, designed by Brooklyn-based Ladies & Gentlemen Studio, celebrates the brand's ten-year anniversary in the U.S. and its revamped Broadway flagship location.
Numerous panels of a recent smart cities conference in New York–including a keynote from Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel—highlighted how technology could exacerbate today's inequalities.
The five prototypes—by designers Brad Ascalon, Joe Doucet, Louis Lim, DYAD, and Hive Public Space—are part of an initiative launched by the not-for-profit Times Square Alliance.
The architects collaborated with an Italian yacht builder and Paolo Cassina Custom Interiors for this luxe 7,000-square-foot clinic located above Fifth Avenue in New York City.
Designed for lobbies and entrances, these customized displays from TransitScreen offer building users a simple alternative to checking multiple apps and websites.
The memorial features a large structure—designed with the assistance of MASS Design Group—dedicated to victims of lynchings in the American South.
2100: A Dystopian Utopia, written by architect Vanessa Keith and her firm StudioTEKA Design, depicts a world where humanity has dramatically adapted to risen seas and extreme weather.
Metropolis toured the soon-to-open six-acre park, which features a 1,200-foot-long esplanade and a series of industrial "artifacts" salvaged from the Domino Sugar factory.
In response to a new set of harassment allegations today, the firm maintains that its internal policies, first implemented in 2009, have produced a healthy work environment.
Renderings of the 675,000-square-foot office building, which will boast amenities designed by Fogarty Finger Architecture, show that it will pull out the stops to entice tenants to the Navy Yard.
In a New York Times report published today, five women allege they were sexually harassed by architect Richard Meier, accusations that will doubtlessly have far reaching implications across the profession.
From an inflatable desert oasis to furniture designed for touch (not sight), this year's Collective Design didn't disappoint.
Social Housing – New European Projects, which is on view at the Center for Architecture in New York, showcases 25 stand-out projects.
Curated by Jeffrey Kipnis, Drawings’ Conclusions: The Ends of the Line is on view at 59 Franklin Street through March 2, 2018.
The installation, titled Window to the Heart, was a collaboration between design studio Aranda/Lasch and 3D printer manufacturer Formlabs.
The building, El Helicoide, is an especially striking example of failed Modernism, one that multiple scholars are seeking to unpack and explore.