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We “Designed” Buildings Using an AI Image Generator—Here Are the Bizarre Results
Metropolis associate editor Leilah Stone has been …
Following Years of Revitalization, Detroit Still Has a Long Way to Go
Metropolis brought together local policy makers, d…
Piero Gilardi’s Nature Carpets Merge Art and Everyday Life
On view at New York’s Magazzino Italian Art throug…
Exploring the Sculptural in Bernd and Hilla Becher’s Photographs
In a new retrospective, the German husband and wif…
An Exhibition at Manhattan’s Drawing Center Cultivates a Gloriously Unruly History of Ornament
The Clamor of Ornament: Exchange, Power, and Joy f…
Architecture’s Role in a Post-Roe World
Two architects make the case that designers’ ski…
An Exhibition Explores the Complex Legacy of America’s Most Common Construction System.
American Framing, at Chicago’s Wrightwood 659 Gallery, is an ode to the Balloon Frame.
SCHOOLED: What Is Neurodiversity?
For designers of workplaces and classrooms especially, the term means absolute inclusivity with no single type of brain left behind.
The Bronx Was Built by Transit
Building the Bronx, an exhibition by the New York …
Sameep Padora Untangles Mumbai’s Building Codes to Make Architecture Legible
Beginning with an urgent question about public hea…
Three Technologies Are Changing how We Design for Climate
Charged with addressing the global climate crisis,…
Students Lead the Way to A Post-Industrial Future at the Saint-Étienne Biennale
Exploring everything from automobiles to the COVID…
In Copenhagen, a Spotlight is Shone on Overlooked Women in Architecture
On view at the Danish Architecture Center in Copen…
Los Angeles Architects and Leaders Take on Their City’s Homeless Crisis
Christopher Hawthorne, L.A.’s chief design offic…