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North American Design
The Future of American Design Is Reinvention, Reuse, and Renewal
The July/August issue of Metropolis celebrates the American tradition of confronting history with creativity.
Reevaluating America’s Priorities
Metropolis's May/June issue takes a broad look at American Design, digging into the practice of architecture, the resurgence of craft, quintessential building forms, and decaying infrastructure.
PLY+ Takes a Style-Meets-Science Approach to Projects Ranging From Animal Shelters to Art Museums
Three projects by the Ann Arbor, Michigan–based firm, demonstrate their work's local focus and broad resonance.
Gabled Roofs Experience a Revival Across North America
Architects explore the patriotism associated with pitched roofs and share how they’re reimagining this staple of suburban house styles.
What Do We Mean by “North American Design”?
In producing our March issue, we discovered enormous diversity in how architects and designers express the idea of America.