Dubbed HouseZero, the building uses data-collecting sensors, passive ventilation, low embodied energy materials, and geothermal wells, among other strategies.
Today, Harvard University announced that architect Mohsen Mostafavi would be stepping down as the dean of the Graduate School of Design (GSD), at the end the current academic year—June 30, 2019. The news…
The two firms are designing a new space that aims to foster cross-disciplinary work among the GSD's many programs and Harvard at large.
The six winners—who will stay in the Rogers-designed Wimbledon House in London—will research a diverse range of subjects, from housing cooperatives to digital fabrication.
On view at the Chicago Architecture Biennial, the installation advocates for a return to a “collective urban form.”
Metropolis talked to Harvard GSD Professor Jesse M. Keenan on "Blue Dunes: Climate Change By Design," a book he co-edited with Claire Weisz of WXY Architecture.
We speak with the 2017 winner of the Wheelwright Prize to learn how he became interested in vernacular architecture, what he thinks about Alejandro Aravena's work, and what he hopes to accomplish with this grant.
Many colleges are working to be more inclusive, but these architecture and design schools are going above and beyond.
Advancing the conversation on the architecture and planning community’s involvement with communities everywhere
What could have been built if Niemeyer's carreer had been different? Two architects imagine the possibilities.
Tablets are revolutionizing how people interact with information. We can now walk around with libraries in our knapsacks and the touch screen interface has enabled us to bridge the physical-abstract divide. The universe is now pushed and prodded, and just…
My friend Andres Duany is as clever as can be, and so, surely timed his Metropolis obituary for Harvard’s Urban Design Program to correspond with our celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the Urban Design Program, at…