Metropolis interviews key figures from two groups—Voices of Women (VOW) and Rebelarchitette—pushing to have Doriana Fuksas included in an architecture award that only names her partner Massimiliano.
Mimi Zeiger writes how the hard work of #MeToo is decidedly less swift and less spectacular than any celebrity takedown.
Our contributors comment on an event or a moment from the last year that demanded more of how we should practice, frame, and respond to design.
Today, the American Institute of Architects issued the first of three sets of guidelines on workplace culture. But will it impact the profession for the better?
The gallery at the AIA New York Chapter takes an unflinching look at the civil rights leader’s call to action, 50 years later.
This year’s annual AIA summit had a notably more diverse and inclusive program, but still alluded to the significant challenges ahead.
According to Vinita Goyal from Seattle's Office of Planning, inclusivity is essential for healthy neighborhood growth.
Housing discrimination has not been eradicated. Its methods are simply more subtle, and sophisticated, than ever before.
We speak with Ryan Gravel to understand why the urban planner is leaving the project that has been his life's work for almost two decades.
Central Park is lauded as one of New York's greatest urban achievements, but whom does it actually serve?