From elegant hospitality venues to cutting-edge office environments, Metropolis selects the best interior projects of the year.
2017 may have been the year of "post-digital" drawing, though a closer look reveals diverse perspectives on contemporary representation.
From Florence Knoll–inspired textiles to innovative 3D-printed objects, this year demonstrated the breadth and depth of contemporary design.
This year saw an incredible diversity of exhibitions, many of which looked to the past in unconventional ways.
From a jewel-like cancer care center designed by Steven Holl to a playful temple for LEGO designed by Bjarke Ingels, we're looking back on some of the year's best buildings.
This year, Metropolis Magazine readers couldn't get enough of the latest in drawing and representation.
Historic preservation stories seemed to dominate the controversies of 2017, with Philip Johnson's AT&T Building and Peter and Alison Smithson's Robin Hood Gardens housing project both falling under threat.