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GAME CHANGERS 2019: 6 Individuals, Practices, and Movements Changing Design

We are proud to present our Game Changers 2019, who are advancing architecture, design, urbanism with courage, compassion, and imagination.

We are proud to present our Game Changers 2019, who are advancing architecture, design, urbanism with courage, compassion, and imagination.

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.

GAME CHANGERS: By Collaborating with Artists, Njusja de Gier Is Driving Innovation and Design at Kvadrat

Thanks to de Gier, Kvadrat's SVP of branding and communication, the manufacturer has quietly assumed the role of global cultural powerhouse.

Thanks to de Gier, Kvadrat’s SVP of branding and communication, the manufacturer has quietly assumed the role of global cultural powerhouse.

GAME CHANGERS: In the Heart of Mississippi, Duvall Decker Built a Grassroots Network to Grow Its Practice

Architects Roy Decker and Anne Marie Duvall carefully cultivated connections to local communities, business, and institutions, enabling a firm that works across architecture, planning, development, and building maintenance.

Architects Roy Decker and Anne Marie Duvall carefully cultivated connections to local communities, business, and institutions, enabling a firm that works across architecture, planning, development, and building maintenance.

GAME CHANGERS: Rosa Sheng and Equity by Design Are Using Data to Make Architecture More Equitable

Equity by Design’s work—which includes architects like Lilian Asperin, Julia Mandell, and Annelise Pitts—is collaborative and cumulative, rooted in feminist activism and building on work by multiple groups.

Equity by Design’s work—which includes architects like Lilian Asperin, Julia Mandell, and Annelise Pitts—is collaborative and cumulative, rooted in feminist activism and building on work by multiple groups.

GAME CHANGERS: Neri&Hu Is Defining Chinese Design Today

Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu’s Shanghai-based atelier has generated a prolific output of design ranging from hospitality and retail interiors to cultural architecture and product.

Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu’s Shanghai-based atelier has generated a prolific output of design ranging from hospitality and retail interiors to cultural architecture and product.

GAME CHANGERS: Architect Zena Howard Is Using Design as Urban Healing

The head of Perkins+Will’s cultural practice in North Carolina, Howard is bringing change to historically African-American neighborhoods from Miami to Vancouver and Los Angeles.

The head of Perkins+Will’s cultural practice in North Carolina, Howard is bringing change to historically African-American neighborhoods from Miami to Vancouver and Los Angeles.

2018 Game Changers: 5 Remarkable Individuals Who Are Transforming Architecture, Design, and Cities

This year's Game Changers prove that architects and designers can set ambitious goals, envision a better world, and then make it real through spaces, objects, and ideas.

This year’s Game Changers prove that architects and designers can set ambitious goals, envision a better world, and then make it real through spaces, objects, and ideas.

Game Changers 2016: Co-Working Space Ponyride Detroit

Many have pegged Detroit’s comeback to a rebirth of manufacturing. A collaborative working space shows the way forward by linking entrepreneurial making with urban growth.

Many have pegged Detroit’s comeback to a rebirth of manufacturing. A collaborative working space shows the way forward by linking entrepreneurial making with urban growth.

Celebrating The Class of 2012 Game Changers

Metropolis brought together a diverse and lively crowd at Design Within Reach SoHo to celebrate the impressive game changing class of 2012.

Photo: Mathias Archambault —Replik In February Metropolis brought together a diverse and lively crowd at Design Within Reach SoHo to celebrate the magazine’s 2nd annual Game Changers’ issue and the impressive game changing class of 2012. Congratulations to Peter Bilak, Mia Birk,Vishaan Chakrabarti, Tim Duggan, John Edelman, Ruth Finkelstein, Rob Kalin, Laura Kurgan and Sarah Williams, Michael Maltzan,  Katie Salen…

Game-Changing Generation: The Builders Are Coming

Matching the flower children in numbers and commitment, the generation born between 1997 and 2015 will be the "Builder Generation," according to a recently released trend report.

Matching the flower children in numbers and commitment, the generation born between 1997 and 2015 will be the “Builder Generation,” according to a recently released trend report.