Announcing the Winners of the 2023 METROPOLIS Planet Positive Awards
Introducing the winners of the Planet Positive Awards, representing the top designs addressing climate change, ecosystem health, human health, and equity.
Andrés Jaque On Mud Architecture
The architect and educator discusses the work of Columbia University’s Natural Materials Lab, directed by assistant professor Lola Ben-Alon.
At Montreal’s Insectarium, Visitors Are Immersed Into the World of Bugs
Designed by Berlin-based architects Kuehn Malvezzi…
Winnipeg’s Assiniboine Park Gets a 21st-Century Conservatory
Designed by KPMB, The Leaf in Assiniboine Park pro…
10 Sustainable Furniture Pieces for the Outdoors
These pieces of outdoor furniture can help us work…
This San Francisco Affordable Housing Development Is on a Mission
Discover how Mithun’s Casa Adelante 2060 Folsom is…
Flos’s Bilboquet Table Lamp Is Radical in its Simplicity
Design for disassembly, the Philippe Malouin–des…
Tom Lee Park Mixes It Up in Memphis
Located on the Mississippi River waterfront, the p…
The Past, Present, and Future of Public Outdoor Space
Three recent initiatives in Milwaukee, Baltimore, and Los Angeles imagine an equitable future for public space.Read more
Lana Del Rey’s Music Has Always Taken Architecture Very Seriously
The singer-songwriter’s cultural universe includes keenly observed references to cities, neighborhoods, and buildings. And her fans are paying attention.Read more
Khoi Vo On Mario Gooden’s Signature
The CEO of the American Society of Interior Designers discusses the impact of Mario Gooden’s work and mentorship.
Discover How This Design Alliance Is Working to Reduce Construction Waste
The San Francisco-based movement is led by industry professionals and committed to reducing construction refuse one project at a time.
Meet the Climate Leaders Awarded at this Year’s Net Zero Conference
Part of Verdical Group’s annual event, the Trailblazer Awards recognize seven changemakers who are working to build a net zero future.
Historic B’nai Israel Synagogue Gets a New Life as Affordable Housing
Desmone Architects transformed the 1953 Hebrew school and synagogue into a 45-unit apartment complex with 38 affordable units.
The Clay Studio Puts Down New Roots in Philadelphia
The state-of-the-art-facility, designed by local firm Digsau, is the result of a years-long collaborative design process.
Formation Association Creates a New Pedestrian Passageway in L.A.
Atwater Canyon is a multi-tenant retail and restaurant complex organized around a welcoming pathway that blends indoor and outdoor spaces in L.A.’s Atwater Village.