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Dolores Hayden on the Politics of Care
Following her recent Vincent Scully Prize win, the architect and urban historian spoke with Metropolis about the infrastructure of care, material feminists, and aviation poetry.
A New Long Island City Apartment Puts the “Fun” in Functional
With its stepped terraces, large common spaces, angled insertions, and bold, oversized art, ODA's Bevel aims to keep tenants and neighbors alike delighted.
Future100: Students Design for Death
With an eye to natural cycles of demise and rebirth, architecture students devise new forms for memorials and new rituals to accompany them.