Shown at Stockholm's ArkDes this fall and now available online, Value in the Virtual explores how our everyday experiences of the built environment will be changed through virtual and augmented reality.
Several new projects in the English capital are seeing churches create new places of worship and community service—provided they find the right business partner.
The building's icy, transparent envelope deploys an unconventional type of glass in a crenellated profile that, according to SHoP's Gregg Pasquarelli, suggests “almost a contemporary version of pier architecture.”
Metropolis interviews the renowned Japanese architect, whose retrospective exhibition Futures of the Future is currently on view at Japan House Los Angeles.
Responses from 14,360 architecture graduates signaled modest equity gains, though major gender- and race-based professional gaps remain.
Designed by Studio MDA, the new flagship art gallery makes a bold statement while maintaining a historical and aesthetic dialogue with its environs.
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.
New types of classrooms—especially ones designed to be dynamic and fluid—are supporting new forms of pedagogy.
The design of this new Austin, Texas, medical training facility encourages academic excellence with spaces for collaboration.
Metropolis profiles CannonDesign's behavioral-health studio—a multidisciplinary pool of in-house experts that helm projects in their highly specialized field.
The new gallery, devoted to works on paper, is a sensitive addition to the Houston art campus's diverse architectural heritage.
Opinion: The writer and historian Mario Carpo makes a plea for architectural history, albeit one more sensitive to our times.
Barber, the subject of a recent exhibition at the London Design Museum, is creating practical and fantastical solutions for the city's housing crisis.
A small but poignant show on Denise Scott Brown’s early photographs—before Learning From Las Vegas made it big— is now on view at New York's Carriage Trade gallery through December 22.
In the October issue, Metropolis Magazine took a deep dive into design for aging—a field that presents enormous design opportunities and a daunting challenges.
Swiss architect Davide Macullo teamed up with conceptual artist Daniel Buren to design this sculptural mountain retreat.
“Hospice is as much for the staff and relatives as it is for the patients,” says KKE Architects' director, Phil Kavanagh.
Innovative projects, like architect Junya Ishigami’s assisted living community of salvaged houses, point the way forward.
Designed by Allied Works, OLIN, and Ralph Appelbaum Associates, the museum tells the stories of American veterans across all the armed services.
In 1967, this part of the Lower East Side was demolished—now some former residents are returning there to live in this Dattner Architects–designed senior housing project.