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This Oslo Workplace Is Made of 80 Percent Upcycled Building Materials
Local firm Mad Arkitekter refurbishes an office building using demolition waste, changing the conversation around material reuse.
Building Pittsburgh’s Med-tech Future on an Industrial Past
Designed by ZGF Architects around a century-old Ford plant, the Assembly is new medical research complex for the University of Pittsburgh.
How Midsize Cities Are Driving America’s Urban Transformation
Explore how American cities with populations under 1 million are reimagining themselves with bold projects and policies, and driving urban transformation and innovation.
The Singapore-Born Exhibition ‘R for Repair’ Travels to the United Kingdom
At London Design Festival, the second edition of the show commissioned by DesignSingapore Council is on view in the Victoria & Albert Museum.
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.