SO-IL, Space Copenhagen, and Höweler + Yoon all lead the way in creating collaborations whose partners become greater than the sum of their parts.
Architects have enormous sway in specifying building materials and modes of operation; they also understand the political, budget, and client-education barriers to executing zero-carbon designs better than anyone.
Metropolis speaks with Michael Sorkin, The Architecture Lobby, Kate Orff, Jesse M. Keenan, and Tom Jacobs on the Green New Deal, Architecture 2030, political activism, and more.
On Chicago's South Side, a Bold Mixed-Use Healthcare Project Aims to Be a Community Anchor and Public Health Salve
The proposed design of the Focal Point Community Campus for the southwest side of Chicago puts health care at the center of a holistic approach to…
The structure features four completely different frontages that together channel the exuberant urban cacophony that Angelenos love and others don’t always understand.
SO-IL’s buildings skew modern and clean-lined, but they revel in playful material conceits that leave no two projects looking quite of a type.
Fernando Mastrangelo Studio and Brook Landscape collaborated on a tiny house that combines unusual materials, lush landscaping, and an eco-friendly message to visitors.
Ieoh Ming Pei was among the world's leading Modernist architects, designing iconic buildings throughout the second half of the 20th Century.
The Conserving Modern Architecture Initiative (CMAI) and Keeping It Modern grant are dedicated to supporting new methods and technologies for the conservation of Modernist buildings.
Designed by architecture firm BNIM, the roughly 53,000-square-foot office also eschewed surface parking in favor of pedestrian spaces.
The 20-strong, Copenhagen-based practice's relationship-centered approach is clearly working, as the firm’s growing portfolio attests.
The new museum, designed by FXCollaborative with ESI Design, invigorates Liberty Island for its millions of visitors.
Mexican architect Alberto Kalach and environmental engineer Luis Urrutia restored around 22 acres of desolate beachfront, adding eco-villas that coexist with their natural surroundings.
The conference, a cross-industry event that was hosted in Seattle from April 30–May 3, is an outgrowth of the Living Building Challenge certification program.
The Boston-based firm, founded by Eric Höweler and J. Meejin Yoon, relies on research, experimentation, and collaboration with people outside the architecture world.
Dubbed House Noir, the house balances the desire for beachfront living with the modern realities of higher seas and bigger waves.
The Wildernesse Restaurant, designed by Morris + Company, plays with wood construction and typological precedents, all despite a small budget.
At a Chicago Think Tank held at Cannon Design, architects and experts explored power asymmetries, racial dynamics, mental health considerations, and other challenges often neglected by designers.
In this article, Metropolis excerpts the introduction and multiple drawings from the book, which was authored by Nalina Moses and debuts today.
A new exhibition at the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) explores the quantifying and ranking of happiness and probes its impact on architects' importance.