The paint company forecasts that its subdued gray shade "Metropolitan AF-690" will be a prominent interior trend to watch next year.
With the Cooper Hewitt exhibiting The Senses: Design Beyond Vision, Metropolis takes a look at the past, present, and future of multisensory design.
The 60-seat Harlan+Holden Glasshouse Café includes custom seating by the designers for Wiener GTV Design, bespoke stone floors, and lighting by Louis Poulsen and Rubn.
Rios Clementi Hale Studios' New L.A. Office Strives to Address Gentrification in a Changing Neighborhood
Since opening last summer in the city's Crenshaw neighborhood, the firm's super-flexible open office has opened itself to local students, artists, and organizations.
The eclectic motor-lodge-turned-boutique-resort, scheduled to open next month, takes its cues from Joni Mitchell, Serge Gainsbourg, and Pérez Prado.
Lenti's namesake company, famous for its outdoor furniture and exuberant color schemes, is celebrating its 25th anniversary with new releases and as-yet-undisclosed festivities.
Three excerpted chapters from Interior Landmarks: Treasures of New York, whose new edition is available for pre-order, reveal stunning Art Nouveau and Art Deco architecture.
Pacific Standard Time, whose interiors are by New York–based firm Parts and Labor Design, is awash in a palette of terrazzo, textural glazed tile, leather, and wood galore.
Working closely with the 1969 building's original architect, the firm aimed to respect the existing architecture while restitching the tower into Hong Kong’s urban fabric.
“Our inspirations pull from film and music, which could be attributed to my childhood dream of directing music videos.”
The interiors of the Elsie Rooftop, perched atop an office tower near Times Square, draws inspiration from legendary 20th century socialite and interior designer, Elsie de Wolfe.
Two new sparkling buildings in Chicago—designed by Carol Ross Barney and Gensler, respectively—demonstrate a new design direction for the ubiquitous fast-food chain.
For our annual Design Cities listings, Metropolis surveyed 80 leading architecture and design professionals on the world's top design powerhouses.
The rich legacy of “radical” Italian design risks overexposure, but the Canadian Centre for Architecture’s exhibit on the movement's protagonists avoids the genre’s clichés.
MIXdesign, a new design consulting firm from architect Joel Sanders, aims to reimagine architecture by considering people of all genders, races, and abilities.
From a nonprofit revitalizing L.A.'s overlooked corners to a studio specializing in experiential graphic design, this year's New Talents feature multidisciplinary skill sets.
The Berlin-based designer is propelled by an intense interrogation of materials; her work ranges from table cloths to office interiors.
With a passion for environmental graphics, designer Joe Lawton has built a practice dubbed Media Objectives (M-O) within the architecture firm Valerio Dewalt Train Associates (VDTA).
The architects worked around the landmark’s many historical elements—some beautiful (plaster ceilings, looping corbels), some odd (the lobby’s red-and-yellow terrazzo floors).
For 130 William Street, located in New York's Financial District, Adjaye drew from the neighborhood's historic fabric, while looking to the future of high rise living.