The traveling photographic exhibit, The Landscape Architecture Legacy of Dan Kiley, showcases 45 photos of 27 projects by the renowned Modernist landscape architect.
GAME CHANGERS: In the Heart of Mississippi, Duvall Decker Built a Grassroots Network to Grow Its Practice
Architects Roy Decker and Anne Marie Duvall carefully cultivated connections to local communities, business, and institutions, enabling a firm that works across architecture, planning, development, and building maintenance.
Six Years in the Making, Berlin's IBeB Cooperative Housing Development Creates a Tight-Knit Community of Residents
Recently shortlisted for the 2019 EU Mies Award, the 66-unit project's lengthy customization process and ample common spaces created a community from the ground-up.
The national prize, which recognizes urban-focused designs and initiatives, has tapped a range of projects this year, from a DIY skate park in New Orleans to a public lighting initiative in Lynn, Massachusetts.
The head of Perkins+Will’s cultural practice in North Carolina, Howard is bringing change to historically African-American neighborhoods from Miami to Vancouver and Los Angeles.
The book, released in November, advocates for porous forms that tackle the stifling effects of urban density, offering social, environmental, and economic value.
OPINION: By Simply Repairing Infrastructure, We're Missing Huge Opportunities to Make Cities More Resilient and Responsive to Citizens' Needs
Scott Burnham, author of Reprogramming the City, writes that in our era of limited budgets and resources, increasing the functionality of existing infrastructure is a necessary path forward.
While Hudson Yards delivers on some advanced infrastructure, its initial promises of urban data-driven management have (so far) proved more aspirational than practical.
Metropolis speaks with Kimberly Dowdell, the Detroit-based president of NOMA, about her vision for expanding the influence of architects of color.
Energy efficiency has long been the holy grail of sustainable architecture, firms are shifting the discourse to the more multifaceted and preventive realm of resilience.
At the exhibition, open through March 30, Harvard GSD’s Just City Lab presents five projects that use design to counter injustice.
As part of the Metropolis Perspective: Sustainability special issue, we asked experts to provide refreshed definitions of key sustainability concepts.
#CES2019 provided insight into how city governments and the private sector are reimagining the urban landscape, especially vis-a-vis transportation.
Metropolis spoke with Nithin Rao, cofounder of Ford subsidiary Autonomic, to discuss the digital platform that Ford is developing for mobility apps and providers.
Metropolis interviews Seleta Reynolds, general manager of L.A.’s Department of Transportation (LADOT), about modernizing transit and making cities more equitable.
This forthcoming generation of cellular network promises to power a new wave of smart city and mobility technologies.
A panel discussion on the first day of CES explored how Autonomous Vehicles could revitalize urban transit—or foment congestion and bad urbanism.
With the tech industry facing scandals and fresh challenges, will its tone around smart cities, autonomous vehicles, and other innovations be more restrained in 2019?
From the women who built Socialist Yugolsavia to a 360-video tour of Zaha Hadid's first New York City project, each of these articles earned their top spot with a unique angle on architecture and design.
From a snake-sofa that unpacks the ethical implications of virtual reality to tapestries that speak to material innovation, these items reveal latent truths about the present moment.