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We recently caught up with Morgan Bierschenk, the founder and CEO at Geoship, a Washington-based regenerative village building platform, “owned by the people, in service to the Earth.” Geoship aims to transform the housing industry by “building the future of home.” The company designs and produces...

LE BRASSUS, Switzerland — The new Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet, a glass and steel pavilion scheduled to open to the public on June 26, stands on a grassy knoll between the company’s two 19th-century buildings here — something like a bridge between its past and...

The economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic has been felt by millions of workers, including a record-breaking 30.3 million Americans who have filed for unemployment over the past six weeks. Young people are feeling some of the harshest impacts when it comes to job prospects. According...

Throughout the month of April, Metropolis has explored interior design around the globe, honing in on the lighting strategies designers use to establish wayfinding, foster connection to nature, and add character to spaces. Here are nine projects that prove that lighting can elevate an interior from...

As an engineer, Elizabeth Davis helped plan the construction of Porsche’s North American headquarters in Hapeville, Georgia and was on the team that built the MGM Casino at the National Harbor in Washington, D.C.  But when she wasn’t working, Davis, now 34, loved spending time...