Point of View - Point of View July 2009
A slide show of Sean Hemmerle’s photographs from New York’s new baseball stadiums
Checking out a jagged aluminum pavilion by a pair of recent architecture-school grads
This month it was New York vs. Alabama, suits vs. students.
This year’s projects all aim to bring innovation to the classroom.
Michael Sorkin takes readers on a discursive, curmudgeonly stroll through the city.
This week’s proposal takes the form of a comic strip!
Ole Scheeren’s MahaNakhon project uses an irregular, exposed facade to reduce the 77-story skyscraper’s natural insularity.
A new report finds that many of Moscow’s most prized structures are being threatened by development.
A new installation provides an intriguing glimpse into the way individuals experience urban space.
At 1.36 pounds, it weighs less than some issues of Metropolis.
Metropolis editors reflect on the late photographer’s life and legacy.
Your drawings could be part of a book to be published by the Glass House and Moleskine in 2010.
Could smarter, community-oriented subdivisions be created with minimal interventions?
Metropolis presents a slide show of some of the legend’s most remarkable images.
With his newly expanded biography, Peter Adam gives a definitive account of the designer’s life and work.
America’s tallest building gets a new name.
The winners of a new design competition propose waterfront strategies to deal with a 55-inch rise in sea levels.
Our senior editor documents the dearth of garbage cans in her Brooklyn neighborhood.
The footwear company launches a shoe designed for disassembly.
More on last week’s preservation symposium at Philip Johnson’s iconic residence