Architects have enormous sway in specifying building materials and modes of operation; they also understand the political, budget, and client-education barriers to executing zero-carbon designs better than anyone.
The apartment, which looks out to the Bay Bridge, features ample exposed concrete, white oak accents, and a luxe travertine bathroom.
The 20-strong, Copenhagen-based practice's relationship-centered approach is clearly working, as the firm’s growing portfolio attests.
The Wildernesse Restaurant, designed by Morris + Company, plays with wood construction and typological precedents, all despite a small budget.
At a Chicago Think Tank held at Cannon Design, architects and experts explored power asymmetries, racial dynamics, mental health considerations, and other challenges often neglected by designers.
The Architectural League Prize for Young Architects + Designers—now in its 38th year—recognizes exemplary work from six rising practices in North America.
Estudio vilablanch led the effort to preserve and revitalize the 1905 building, which was converted into luxury apartments.
Metropolis speaks with Historic Resources Group, 213 Hospitality, Design, Bitches, and other key hospitality designers and developers working in the city.
Metropolis speaks with Andrew Zobler, CEO of hospitality-focused company Sydell Group, on the industry's growing regard for investing in history.
When designing a new home for a company's Lisbon office, local firm Pedra Silva Arquitectos deployed Portuguese ceramics and wool to create a homey, relaxed, flexible-use workplace.
The tech giant’s installation, A Space for Being, studied visitors’ neurological responses to different interiors. The project was a collaboration with architect Suchi Reddy, furniture brand Muuto, and John Hopkins University International Arts + Mind Lab.
Designed by L.A.–based firm Bells + Whistles and located in Carlsbad, the restaurant respects its local vernacular while using elements of 20th-century French hospitality design.
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James Carpenter Design Associates expanded the museum—located at the base of Eero Saarinen’s soaring icon—by adding 45,000 accessible square feet for exhibitions.
The 30-story tower and its surroundings include design from Handel Architects, Gachot Studios, and James Corner Field Operations.
Tucked within the chaotic urban fabric of São Paulo, this concrete home designed in the late 1970s was revived by architect Marcio Kogan of local firm Studio MK27.
The First Tech Federal Credit Union office—at five stories and 156,000 square feet—became America’s largest CLT-framed building by area when it opened this past summer.
At a Metropolis Think Tank discussion hosted one of AECOM’s New York offices, a team of experts delved into the high-tech cutting edge of workplace design.
The restaurant's designers, Asfour Guzy Architects, tailored a specific room for making pasta and showing-off the craft to passerby outside.
Willmott’s Ghost, designed by Price Erickson and Heliotrope Architects, creates a space of lightness and ease that belies the technical challenges of building within The Spheres.