Adams's work, including her projects for space habitats, broke the law of gravity.
The cycle of digital innovation in architecture is far from over.
Numerous panels of a recent smart cities conference in New York–including a keynote from Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel—highlighted how technology could exacerbate today's inequalities.
Julia Goldberg, BuzzFeed's vice president of facilities, real estate, and security, describes how she creates and manages her company's offices across the globe.
Today’s designers are taking an increasingly sophisticated approach to workplace design, using sensors, internet-connected furniture and fixtures, and data analytics to study offices in real time.
The Bay Area studio Emerging Objects seeks to innovate new 3D printing technology and materials for architects—and they're sharing some of their recipes here.
Once virtual environments replace offices, companies will build loyalty and community through “agora spaces”—chameleonic environments for socializing, collaborating, and connecting.
The interior design of the International Space Station takes a back seat to technology—the opposite of the majestic and immaculate spacecraft you see in sci-fi blockbusters.
“Creativity” is a big buzzword now for workplace design, but we’re killing that with too-smooth, totally connected offices.
An expansive show at the ICA in London demonstrates how the activist research group uses spatial reconstructions to uncover human rights violations.
The exhibit, which premiered in December, explores how technology, innovation, and design can change lives.
From video game design to Yugoslavia's overlooked architectural legacy, 2018 promises exhibitions that will delve into unexplored territories.
Metropolis was at CES in Las Vegas to get the latest on how new technologies are shaping tomorrow's cities.
Metropolis talked to Jessica Robinson, the mobility company's director of city solutions, about how she's paving the way for the future of transit.
Metropolis interviewed experts from Honda, the City of Las Vegas, and Deloitte about how technology is changing cities.
"If you get hacked in a physical system, people die," says Sokwoo Rhee of the Department of Commerce.
While fully driverless vehicles still face major hurdles, car companies are realizing technologies now that could quickly inform urban planning and transit.
From artificially intelligent ear pods to multisensory virtual reality cabins, here are the most innovative personal tech products at CES this week.
For the smart building experts at Amazon and Schneider Electric, the future is already here.
At Day 2 of CES, experts explained the unique challenges facing government agencies and private companies seeking to captialize on smart city data.