Just as he’s wrapped his largest and greenest project to date, Thomas Kosbau’s brand of idealistic architecture is growing up.
On view at the BSA Space in Boston, NatureStructure features a bridge that doubles as bat habitat, plans for 3D-printed reefs, a floodwater-absorbing parking lot, and more.
The second phase of the Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park, which opens today, was co-designed by SWA/BALSLEY and WEISS/MANFREDI.
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.
The Dutch doyenne of design curated an exhibition with fashion brand Eileen Fisher for Milan Design Week on textile recycling and Edelkoort plans to tackle sustainability in her new Parsons MFA textile program.
Architects Advocate, an activist network of architects focused on climate change, describes the new tools it's releasing.
The traveling, site-specific installation, called Waterlicht, made a rare appearance on the United Nation's North Lawn last week to raise awareness for World Water Day.
The building’s developers and architects want the House to be a tangible example of eco-conscious living.
The four-level glulam post-and-beam structure houses the architecture, landscape architecture, and Building and Construction Technology (BCT) programs.
Metropolis's 11 Big Ideas of 2017: The New Resiliency, Florence Knoll's Legacy, Rethinking the Suburbs, and More
As 2017's end draws near, we've produced a few articles that reflect the year's most trenchant themes.
Why shouldn’t our objects be environmentally digestible, like the other earthly elements that keep us alive?
Sometimes it’s better to adapt and retreat before the waters rise again.
Kate Orff on Her New Project in Israel, What's in Store for the Venice Biennale, and Activism in Landscape Architecture
Orff's New York practice SCAPE develops broad-based coalitions that can advocate for the firm's projects.
The Zero Waste Design Guidelines is a multidisciplinary book that explores in-depth how to best handle waste on the building and urban scale.
On view at the Chicago Architecture Biennial, the installation advocates for a return to a “collective urban form.”
Metropolis talked to Harvard GSD Professor Jesse M. Keenan on "Blue Dunes: Climate Change By Design," a book he co-edited with Claire Weisz of WXY Architecture.
Frank Lloyd Wright urged architects to work with nature. But as the planet warms, they may need to pursue a more defensive, “resilient” position.
Legislative advocates oppose the repeal of targets to reduce carbon emissions in federal buildings—and that’s not their only concern.
LUSH, the latest exhibit at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, is a great way to experience the famous house anew.
F.R.E.D, an award-winning rethinking of a coastal community in New York City, respond to nature’s ebb and flow—not against it.