Metropolis Magazine - Metropolis Magazine October 2014 Site Staff FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Let the Sunshine In: Access to Nature is Vital to Our Health-Care System Susan Szenasy, Access to nature is vital to our health-care system. Nigerian Architect Kunlé Adeyemi Targets Growing Cities for Long-Lasting Impact Avinash Rajagopal, Focusing on growing African cities, Nigerian architect Kunlé Adeyemi creates buildings with the potential for long-lasting impact. Julia King Tackles Sanitation and Low-Income Housing in New Delhi Clare Dowdy, Working out of New Delhi and London, the architect and urban researcher tackles sanitation and housing in low-income neighborhoods. Using Crystals and Plantings, Cao Perrot Studio Creates "Dreamscapes" Guy Horton, With bases in Los Angeles and Brittany, France, the landscape designers craft exquisite outdoor spaces around the world. Yuri Suzuki: Sound Artist, Designer, and Sometimes DJ Guy Horton, The London-based designer mixes computer programming and grade-school charm in his whimsical sound installations. Rui Alves Brings a Craftsman's Eye to Contemporary Design Inês Revés, The Portuguese designer is also a consummate craftsman, building his own finely detailed but thoroughly modern furniture. EcoLogicStudio Proposes a New Synergy Between Nature and Technology Samuel Medina, Architects Marco Poletto and Claudia Pasquero propose a final overthrow of Modernism through a new synergy between nature and technology. The Architect Using Cell Biology to Develop More Resilient Buildings Anna Kats, Working with biology, computation, and crafts, the Philadelphia-based architect has emerged as her field’s leading scientist. Iris van Herpen Is Making the Fashion of the Future Shannon Sharpe, By exploring a wide range of avant-garde technologies, including bio-printing and touch-sensitive audio waves, the Dutch designer is pushing the boundaries of fashion. New Talent 2014: Chad Rochkind, Advocate for Detroit's Evolution Avinash Rajagopal, The executive director of the nonprofit Urban Social Assembly works to strengthen community ties and galvanize social innovation in Detroit. Wrk-shp Uses Concrete to Make Clothing and Planters Alike Guy Horton, Designers Airi Isoda and Ryan Upton see architecture everywhere—in everyday objects, interior spaces, and ready-to-wear apparel. 10 Emerging Designers Charting New Territories in 2014 Metropolis Editors, Ten emerging designers, handpicked by leading industry figures from around the world Why Design Education Matters Metropolis Editors, Three leading educators on the continuing importance of design schools Six American Design Entrepreneurs You Should Know Samuel Medina, A look at the fresh crop of American design entrepreneurs Temple University's Morgan Hall Is a New Model for Student Housing Anna Kats, In northern Philadelphia, MGA Partners builds an urban oasis for Temple University students. In Brisbane, An Innovative Laboratory Complex Is Home to Pioneering Medical Research Mikki Brammer, To facilitate collaboration, the Translational Research Institute puts sunlight and green space at its heart. Opinion: Design Need to Train Designers as Entrepreneurs Debera Johnson, Debera Johnson discusses why it’s important for design schools to help students become viable entrepreneurs.