Posts by Tracy Metz
Tracy Metz (LF '07) reports on how cities are taking cycling seriously, with Amsterdam setting the pace. Urban cycling is all the rage in cities nowadays. For tourists it’s a fun way of seeing the city, for locals in cities … read more
When the Dutch photographer Martin Roemers set out in 2007 to photograph street life in some of the world’s bustling metropolises, there were 22 cities in the world that met the UN criterion for a megacity: 10 million inhabitants or … read more
Shigeru Ban has brought elegance and grace to temporary shelter along with low cost, easy assembly and sustainable materials. That caught the attention of the Pritzker committee and of correspondent Tracy Metz, who attended the 2014 Award ceremony.
Tracy Metz contemplates the "Bilbao effect" gripping the Louvre and the Pompidou Centre, which drove them to establish satellites in northern France.
Janet Echelman (LF 2008) is one of the artists participating in the Amsterdam Light Festival through Jan. 20th.
Theaster Gates (LF 2011) has a powerful show at the White Cube Gallery in London which investigates race and history through sculptures, installations and film. The exhibit is in its final week.
“Building is a political act.” Cameron Sinclair, Architecture for Humanity Architect Cameron Sinclair got tired of being a "CAD monkey." His search for something more meaningful led to the birth of Architecture for Humanity with co-founder Kate Stohr. The organization seeks … read more