Metropolis Magazine - Metropolis Magazine March 2007

 

Collision Course

A blistering legal battle over Berlin’s new main train station raises the question: Who really controls a public building’s design—the architect or the client?

A Civic Act

Daniel Libeskind parlayed his high-profile addition to the Denver Art Museum into a commission for neighboring condominiums—and created a successful urban space in the process.

Climate Modeling

From its outer skin to its central rainwater tank, Paul Morgan’s house was designed with the setting in mind.

Let There Be Light

Capitalizing on advances in technology and materials, five emerging designers remake the illuminated world.

Hawkeye Urbanism

A satellite architecture program planned for Sioux City, Iowa, aims to promote downtown arts and culture.

Total Access

Three European kitchen systems prove that universal design and high-end aesthetics are not incompatible.

Bodies & Space

In creating two soaring new studios for the School of American Ballet, Elizabeth Diller discovered the connection between architecture and dance.

The Magic Lantern

A masterful addition to the Nelson-Atkins Museum by Steven Holl Architects brightens the landscape of midtown Kansas City and pushes the limits for daylighting exhibition spaces.

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