GAME CHANGERS: The Hip Hop Designers Challenging the Architecture Establishment

Born in the ’90s from hip-hop culture, this critical architecture movement has been coalescing for decades though may be poised for a second wave.

Born in the ’90s from hip-hop culture, this critical architecture movement has been coalescing for decades though may be poised for a second wave.

TiMOTION Makes Sit-Stand Desks Truly Flexible

TiMOTION’s Ergo Motion Line makes this vital piece of office furniture customizable and more user-friendly.

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This Glowing Grilled Cheese Restaurant Offers the Formerly Incarcerated a Fresh Start

The Minneapolis restaurant All Square, a pro-bono project by Syracuse-based Architecture Office, operates under the mantra, “Don’t Judge, Just Eat.”

The Minneapolis restaurant All Square, a pro-bono project by Syracuse-based Architecture Office, operates under the mantra, “Don’t Judge, Just Eat.”

We’re Celebrating National Cat Day With ‘Pet-tecture: Design for Pets’

Pet-tecture: Design for Pets, a new book released this fall by Phaidon, features a collection of specially-designed shelters for pets of all stripes.

Pet-tecture: Design for Pets, a new book released this fall by Phaidon, features a collection of specially-designed shelters for pets of all stripes.

Hip-Hop Architecture’s Philip Johnson Moment

A new show at AIA New York’s Center for Architecture makes the case for a growing global design movement that is forging its own canon.

A new show at AIA New York’s Center for Architecture makes the case for a growing global design movement that is forging its own canon.

A Trip Through Spain’s Tile: Past and Future

Tile of Spain brings designers and manufacturers together for an immersive and educational tour.

Tile of Spain brings designers and manufacturers together for an immersive and educational tour.

New Tower at Flight 93 Memorial Honors 9/11 Heroes

Designed by LA-based firm Paul Murdoch Architects, the new memorial features 40 wind chimes that commemorate the passengers and crew members of Flight 93 who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.

Designed by LA-based firm Paul Murdoch Architects, the new memorial features 40 wind chimes that commemorate the passengers and crew members of Flight 93 who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.

Designer Harry Bertoia’s Resonant Sound Sculpture Recordings Find a Crowdfunded Second Life

While he may be most famous for midcentury furniture, chairs were only one part of the famed designer’s multi-hyphenate career.

While he may be most famous for midcentury furniture, chairs were only one part of the famed designer’s multi-hyphenate career.

How Mexico’s 2017 Earthquake Galvanized Its Architecture Community

As part of our 2018 Design Cities issue, Metropolis looked at projects, firms, and places that are driving global design culture today.

As part of our 2018 Design Cities issue, Metropolis looked at projects, firms, and places that are driving global design culture today.

This Consultancy Firm Wants to Make Equitable Design the New Normal

MIXdesign, a new design consulting firm from architect Joel Sanders, aims to reimagine architecture by considering people of all genders, races, and abilities.

MIXdesign, a new design consulting firm from architect Joel Sanders, aims to reimagine architecture by considering people of all genders, races, and abilities.

Frank Gehry’s Minimalist Set For a 1983 Dance Performance Is Restaged for the Final Time in New York

Available Light, created in collaboration with choreographer Lucinda Childs and composer John Adams, is performed in New York City for the first time in 35 years at Lincoln Center.

Available Light, created in collaboration with choreographer Lucinda Childs and composer John Adams, is performed in New York City for the first time in 35 years at Lincoln Center.

2018 Architectural League Prize Exhibition Showcases 6 Rising Architects and Designers

The show, called Objective, is on view at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons The New School of Design through August 4.

The show, called Objective, is on view at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons The New School of Design through August 4.

The New Metal that Makes the Perfect Sink

After years of development, BLANCO’s newest sink fuses aerospace engineering with modern aesthetics and traditional forms.

After years of development, BLANCO’s newest sink fuses aerospace engineering with modern aesthetics and traditional forms.

Konstantin Grcic and Toan Nguyen Explore New Dimensions in High-Tech Ceramics

Enabled by revolutionary advances in the ancient material, the prolific designers share their bold visions with Laufen.

Enabled by revolutionary advances in the ancient material, the prolific designers share their bold visions with Laufen.

Revisiting the True Meaning of “High Tech” Architecture

A new exhibition held within a pioneering building of the so-called High Tech movement prompts a reevaluation of the relationship between architecture, technology, and structural expression.

A new exhibition held within a pioneering building of the so-called High Tech movement prompts a reevaluation of the relationship between architecture, technology, and structural expression.

How Humanscale is Leading Sustainability in Contract Furniture

The established leader in workplace ergonomics is changing the sustainability game with innovative manufacturing and bold leadership.

The established leader in workplace ergonomics is changing the sustainability game with innovative manufacturing and bold leadership.

Chicago Exhibit Spotlights Charlotte Perriand’s Alpine Ski Resort

The legendary woman designer and Le Corbusier collaborator broke the mold with her Modernist, male contemporaries, according to a new show at Matthew Rachman Gallery.

The legendary designer and Le Corbusier collaborator broke the mold with her Modernist, male contemporaries, according to a show at Matthew Rachman Gallery.

Opinion: Why Women Designers Need a Seat at the Table in Corporate Boardrooms and Beyond

Metropolis's director of design innovation discusses the influential women she has invited for a panel discussion this Thursday titled "Women of Influence in the Business of Design."

Metropolis’s director of design innovation discusses the influential women she has invited for a panel discussion this Thursday titled “Women of Influence in the Business of Design.”

The Designers Who Made Disco

The nightclub has always been a fiercely creative and radical architectural typology, a new exhibition at the Vitra Design Museum argues.

The nightclub has always been a fiercely creative and radical architectural typology, a new exhibition at the Vitra Design Museum argues.