Housing discrimination has not been eradicated. Its methods are simply more subtle, and sophisticated, than ever before.
Designing Out Violence
The city of Los Angeles has been working with the architects Perkins+Will to transform its fleet of bunker-like police stations into light-filled spaces that embrace their communities.
Julia McFadden, one of the lead architects of the Sandy Hook School redesign, discusses the project’s many challenges.
How one group of architects is using forensics as a tool for justice.
Metropolis speaks with architect Raphael Sperry about his efforts to keep architects from designing inhumane prison environments.
Providing sanctuary and shelter for battered women