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A Space of Perceptual Stillness: How Ezra Stoller Photographed Modernity
Pierluigi Serraino, author of the new volume Ezra Stoller, shares insight into the legendary photographer’s work.
Vishaan Chakrabarti on His New Deanship at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design
Metropolis caught up with the architect and planner, discussing his current projects, America's political climate, and more.
The Power and Paradox of Philip Johnson
Metropolis speaks with critic Mark Lamster about his recent biography of America’s original starchitect and the many contradictions he discovered along the way—from Johnson’s Nazi past, to his many reinventi
Catching Up with Corgan’s Lindsay Wilson on the Evolving Workplace
Lindsay Wilson of architecture and interiors firm Corgan, discusses current trends in workplace design and looks back at her first visit to NeoCon.
Kenneth Frampton Isn’t Done Changing Architecture
The renowned writer, historian, and teacher has expanded the architectural discipline’s critical and geographic outlook.