Thursday, October 30, 2014

Metropolis Magazine

Let the Sunshine In

Let the Sunshine In

Access to nature is vital to our healthcare system.
New Talent 2014

New Talent 2014

Ten emerging designers, handpicked by leading industry figures from around the world
On China's Problem with "Weird" Architecture

On China's Problem with "Weird" Architecture

How seriously should architects take Xi Jinping’s remarks on unusual buildings?

Archive » Architecture

NLÉ

NLÉ

Focusing on growing African cities, Nigerian architect Kunlé Adeyemi creates buildings with the potential for long-lasting impact.
EcoLogicStudio

EcoLogicStudio

Architects Marco Poletto and Claudia Pasquero propose a final overthrow of Modernism through a new synergy between nature and technology.

Archive » Design

Julia King

Julia King

Working out of New Delhi and London, the architect and urban researcher tackles sanitation and housing in low-income neighborhoods.
Cao Perrot Studio

Cao Perrot Studio

With bases in Los Angeles and Brittany, France, the landscape designers craft exquisite outdoor spaces around the world.

Archive » Culture

The Ghosts of 1914

The Ghosts of 1914

Our columnist looks back at the Great War on the centennial of its outbreak.
What Ever Happened to Experience Design?

What Ever Happened to Experience Design?

Technology isn't a substitute for human-centered solutions.

Archive » Products

Molded for Strength

Molded for Strength

Luca Nichetto and Cassina borrow a production process from the car industry for the Motek chair.
The Office Uncubed

The Office Uncubed

New products at NeoCon promise to make the daily grind easier.
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