The editors of OfficeUS Manual discuss why they delved into architecture office handbooks going back to 1890.
The tech giant's new office design guidelines hope to create a sense of place and intuitive collaboration in every one of its 800 offices worldwide.
Metropolis sits down with Mostafavi and John Portman's son, Jack, to discuss the architect's legacy and a new book re-examining his legacy.
The editors of "Architecture Is All Over" discuss their polemical new book and the discipline's limits (and opportunities) in the digital era.
Author Cassim Shepard discusses the concept of the "design city" and how designers can act collaboratively to make cities better.
Three experts who worked with Frank Lloyd Wright recall his days living in New York City at the Plaza Hotel—from Wright's secret meeting with Marilyn Monroe to his epic Easter celebrations.
Leading Chinese architect Pei Zhu on working without a signature style, taking nature as inspiration, and crafting unfinished spaces.
We speak with resilience expert Illya Azaroff to understand why it took the AIA almost a decade to update this vital resource—and why it's better than ever.
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.
One carpet company is expanding its product line to include vinyl tiling—and still promising to have 100% of its materials recycled or bio-based by 2020.
In the first of his series of interviews with architects and artists, Vladimir Belogolovsky interviews renowned conceptual artist Daniel Buren about the fuzzy line between his art and the architecture that holds it.
New exhibit celebrates the work of Taliesin Fellow Kaneji Domoto, a Japanese-American architect and landscape designer who helped fashion Usonia.
Mike Wallace’s seminal September 1, 1957, interviews with Frank Lloyd Wright were two of the broadcast journalist’s all-time favorites.
The head of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation argues that the famous architect's built legacy and concepts are surprisingly in step with today's world.
In conversation with our editors, Raphael Gielgen, head of research and trend scouting at Vitra, discusses how identity and technology will shape the offices of tomorrow.
During a talk at the Tate Modern, photographer Wolfgang Tillmans provoked compelling responses from Koolhaas, who abandoned the usual script.
Azusa Murakami and Alexander Groves of Studio Swine discuss their tremendously popular Salone del Mobile installation and the future of their practice.
The celebrated British designer discusses the process of developing the Emeco 1 Inch collection, his new book, and his challenging foray into interior design.
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.
An interview with lighting designer Konkana Khaunaud, of the firm Frost & Sullivan, who offers fascinating insight into the roles lighting will play in smart cities.