At a Metropolis Think Tank discussion hosted one of AECOM’s New York offices, a team of experts delved into the high-tech cutting edge of workplace design.
A Think Tank panel discussion hosted at AECOM’s office in Los Angeles mulled over the consequences of building integrated data capture and analytics.
The firm recently completed an adaptive-reuse project in Stockyards Atlanta to colocate advertising giant IPG’s sister agencies Fitzco, Weber Shandwick, and Momentum.
The Detective Building, which hosts a Schoolhouse Electric store, co-working space, and coffee shop, will help fund improvements to the fast-developing East Liberty neighborhood.
Data influences WeWork’s real estate deals, construction sequence, and design choices. There’s a sense that acquiring data literacy makes architecture relevant in a tech-dominated era.
The design features a restored timber-frame ceiling and custom furniture that creates a refreshing dialogue between past and present.
The Stuttgart, Germany–based interior architect combined vibrantly painted furniture, ample applications of zinc and wood, and bold black-and-white zigzags.
While tech-driven workplaces present new opportunities, if architects fail to show how design shapes workers' performance, then architecture could easily loose its relevance.
Two new sparkling buildings in Chicago—designed by Carol Ross Barney and Gensler, respectively—demonstrate a new design direction for the ubiquitous fast-food chain.
As part of our 2018 Design Cities issue, Metropolis looked at projects, firms, and places that are driving global design culture today.
Silent Field 2.0, a new item from Artemide North America designed by Carlotta de Bevilacqua and Laura Pessoni, aims to remedy the shortcomings of the open-office plan.
When Metropolis visited the global design company's new Cambridge outpost, we quizzed its designers on how they stay fresh, collaborative, and imaginative.
Viñas’s flair for color and narrative—a talent she sharpened in residential work—makes her firm a growing force in workplace and product design.
Big Room, a temporary workplace constructed inside an airplane hangar, brings teams together by leaning into scrappy solutions and a sense of fun.
The German-born designer reflects on pivotal moments in his career, his first Neocon, and how his firm stayed on the cutting edge of design.
With a dozen-odd start-up offices under her belt—including Venmo and SeatGeek, the designer is making waves in the world of workplaces.
Research is at the heart of Haworth, and it plays a crucial role in shaping every facet of the company.
Haworth’s Organic Workspace strategy treats the office like a living organism.
In his Q&A with Metropolis, Powers also discusses how technology drives workplace design and how NeoCon is evolving.
In this special section that appeared in Metropolis Magazine's April 2018 issue, award-winning design firm Studio O+A examines and imagines the future of interiors in a tech-driven world.