Susan S. Szenasy describes her evolving role within Metropolis, now a fully evolved media company with a robust events program, Think Tank.
So you say the U.S.–Mexico border wall is not the same thing as the Iron Curtain. But both are symbols of a massive failure to negotiate humane resolutions to complex problems.
Under our current president, it seems we don’t care, or don’t know how to care, about history. Can our historical buildings help us survive this collective malaise?
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.
From alienation to human contact: an appreciation of knowledgeable service providers
In some of the best workplaces, the most interesting parts are often not visible to the eye.
On our 35th anniversary, we reaffirm our belief in the importance of history.
The rise of the robots should inspire hope not concern, says Metropolis editor in chief and publisher Susan S. Szenasy.
A culture of reinvention fuels the design-driven maker movement, says Metropolis editor in chief and publisher Susan S. Szenasy.
"In our mad dash into the digital world, what happens to our nondigital history?"
A memorial to the late editor in chief of Interiors magazine and lifelong design advocate.
The drive to improve living conditions for all life should be at the center of contemporary architecture and design.
Technology isn't a substitute for human-centered solutions.
Metropolis's editor-in-chief questions how we can connect healthcare design and nature
Even in our digital age, the urge to physically connect is still alive and well.
The challenges ahead require a whole new approach to problem solving.
When good intentions meet bad design
Designing for a community provides hope for the future.
In praise of a well-lived life
Two competitions underscore the value of research, innovation, and collaboration.