Susan S. Szenasy describes her evolving role within Metropolis, now a fully evolved media company with a robust events program, Think Tank.
This year's ICFF was exceptional in quality and range. These ten booths (plus two student-run booths) stood out from the rest.
Today’s tile is becoming a complex and diverse surface product. Join us for a twitterview, where we discuss the latest trends in the industry.
Our gift guide is packed with potential presents sure to please the architect or designer in your life.
The winning proposals for Tomorrow's Workplace Design Competition provocatively look to the broader community.
We're celebrating our 35th anniversary by asking leading practitioners to share their picks for the most important design work since 1981.
Thirty-five years ago this month, my husband, Horace Havemeyer III, achieved his dream of publishing a magazine on architecture and design. He called it Metropolis.
We asked leading practitioners to share their picks of the best products of the past 16 years. The following designs not only redefined conventional products but reshaped our lives.
On our 35th anniversary, we reaffirm our belief in the importance of history.
The winners of this year's #MetropolisLikes awards, hand-picked by the Metropolis editors themselves.
"In the magazine we can collect a universe of ideas."
The president of the magazine offers a personal insight into its founding and future.
Writings and Talks by Metropolis Magazine Editor Susan S. Szenasy
Lyle Rexer examines the visual legacy of Metropolis.
Reverend Thomas Pike, who was inspired by a 1983 Metropolis conference to become a leader in historic preservation, looks at the importance of sacred spaces in urban areas.
Publisher and editor in chief Susan S. Szenasy remembers the endless curiosity of Horace Havemeyer III and the lessons it provides for all of us moving forward.
Akiko Busch recalls how Horace Havemeyer III’s innate understanding of architecture informed the early issues of his magazine.
The designer talks office trends and the Workplace of the Future 2.0 Competition.
Metropolis's next competition asks designers to take a bold leap with DuPont Corian.
A selection of writings and talks from Metropolis’s editor in chief