Located in Växjö, Sweden and designed by Kjellander Sjöberg, the project also recently achieved LEED Platinum certification.
With Its Deep Wraparound Porches and Resilient Design, This South Carolina Senior Housing Project Aims for Comfort and Safety
The Charleston project—designed by David Baker Architects—is clad with aluminum-and-ipe screens and lime-washed brick. The latter is a favorite throughout historic parts of the city.
Tom Angotti, professor emeritus at Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York, writes how the rezonings reinforce the chronic “color blindness” in city policy.
To start our new NOMA-Nominated series, we highlight an affordable housing project for veterans that mixes modular and wood-frame construction in northern California.
Six Years in the Making, Berlin's IBeB Cooperative Housing Development Creates a Tight-Knit Community of Residents
Recently shortlisted for the 2019 EU Mies Award, the 66-unit project's lengthy customization process and ample common spaces created a community from the ground-up.
Designed by Hamonic + Masson & Associates, Rue Camille Claudel offers clever sites for communal gathering and abundant access to the outdoors.
Barber, the subject of a recent exhibition at the London Design Museum, is creating practical and fantastical solutions for the city's housing crisis.
In the Portland offices of TVA Architects, Metropolis’s director of design innovation Susan S. Szenasy led a lively discussion on healthy solutions to affordable housing.
Social Housing – New European Projects, which is on view at the Center for Architecture in New York, showcases 25 stand-out projects.
Brown is most renowned for his Alexandra Road housing project in London's Camden borough.
Riverpark tower, Büro Ole Scheeren's first project in Europe, will transform an existing office tower into a stack of luxury apartments.
"Living in America: Frank Lloyd Wright, Harlem & Modern Housing" explores the parallel evolution of Wright's and Harlem's built and unbuilt housing designs.
A new veteran-focused housing development seeks to offer a more sensitive salve to Los Angeles’s growing homelessness crisis.
Metropolis’s Avinash Rajagopal asks Dr. Joan Clos, executive director of UN-Habitat, for his insight into successful affordable housing policy and the "New Urban Agenda," a blueprint for urbanization in the 21st century.