According to Shane Katsoolis, the Design Director for IA Interior Architects, workplaces need to engage both managers and workers.
According to Vinita Goyal from Seattle's Office of Planning, inclusivity is essential for healthy neighborhood growth.
Good Workplace Design is Key to Retaining Employees, Says Starbucks Director of Corporate Facilities
Starbucks, the world's largest coffee company, has 27,339 stores in 75 countries across the globe, according to its latest financial report. More than 2,200 of those opened this year alone. That’s a lot of caffeine. But keeping employees energized for such a gargantuan enterprise is another challenge altogether.
Ruta Patil, senior workplace strategist for Microsoft Puget Sound, underscores the importance of designing offices as innovative as the company.
Blue Light is "Catnip" For Our Physiology, But Designers Need to Control It Says ZGF's Daylighting Specialist
ZGF's sustainability strategist Marty Brennan talks with Metropolis about the holy grail of lighting design, sunlight, and its impact on circadian rhythms.
The designers behind Plus Pool are looking to win people over. This new short film may just help.
Julia Jacquette’s recently opened exhibit features images from her “graphic memoir,” which recall some of the New York City’s most forward-thinking playgrounds.
A short film explores the work of Cas Holman, a designer whose non-gender specific toys inspire children to use their imaginations and work together.
A short film takes us behind the scenes of the New York-based industrial design studio.
A new short film takes us inside the experimental studio of Chen Chen & Kai Williams.
This short film takes us inside the art and design studio CW&T, which produces everything from apps to buildings to jump ropes.
Period interviews with the genius engineer are brought to life in this colorful video short.
The acclaimed American architect discusses the idea process behind his buildings.
A look inside the small Italian factory responsible for sculpting soccer's top prize
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John Szot and Brooklyn Digital Foundry envision a more humanistic role for computer-generated media.
Norman Foster is not an easy architect to get on the phone. We’ve covered a number of Foster + Partners’ projects in the past, and requests for interviews with the boss were often met with “Lord Foster is traveling in…
Rockwell Group's David Rockwell describes Metropolis.
Notes on our experience interviewing Stephen G. Breyer.