The first big-ticket exhibition on the London fashion designer opened last week.
Point of View - Point of View January 2009
Making the argument for art and architecture during a downturn.
Metropolis awarded with the 2009 Institute Honors for Collaborative Achievement
Bowels, beavers, and more featured in a Nordic art exhibit at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
Winner of the first Metropolis Next Generation Design Competition is honored for her ongoing efforts
Paul Villinski’s Emergency Response Studio goes on view at Rice University
MOS designs an architectural installation for P.S. 1 that reflects a new, muted reality.
Molo’s Northern Sky Circle is a gathering space at Alaska’s FREEZE festival
Philip Johnson on the most humiliating moment of his life
A month-long celebration sends Americans Down Under
As Suzanne LaBarre reported last month, many local governments are taking a chance on LEDs to improve the energy efficiency of their cities’ infrastructure. But they’ve already run into problems with high up-front costs and foot-dragging utilities (to say nothing of the steep road LEDs’ more experimental cousins, organic light-emitting diodes, still face). The New York Times’s Bits blog notes…
A cartographer and a photographer capture the secret life of power lines.
Emporis.com picks the Cocoon skyscraper, in Tokyo, as 2008’s best.
Find out the story behind this issue’s cover
The largest gathering U.S. history is about to occur in our nation’s capital. Can American Cities learn to truly embrace the crowd?
The MTA branches out with a new subway station and art that adorns its walls
The Weather Channel goes LEED with its new HD broadcasting studio
The publisher of Metropolis sees the museum at 2 Columbus Circle in a positive light.
Know of a great but overlooked building, public space, or room? Tell us about it.
Is vertical farming the way of the future? The Social-Environmental Aesthetics Project wants your thoughts.