Artist Paul McCarthy stretches the boundaries of art and political commentary in the public square.
Does the home-sharing service really disrupt neighborhoods? Or just commercial hotel profits?
Unlike San Francisco or New York City, the nation's capital is an expensive city to call home as a result of federal fiat.
Korean artist Do Ho Suh reconsiders the meaning of "home" with incredibly detailed sculptures of mundane yet highly personal household items.
An unusual agreement between a newspaper and a university brought Mark Lamster to Dallas. Now this transplanted New Yorker has become Big D's fiercest critic of mediocrity.
A contest to design Norway's new print bank notes goes bonkers.
The Knight Foundation has launched a new competition to fund innovation in cities. All you need to enter is a concept.
Why travel at all when the most reasonable, thoughtful people on the Internet have rated the world's metropolises for you?
Science has solved a centuries-old question: How does the mind process space?
A clever combined market and apartment project navigates strict Dutch laws for food and housing.
The founder of the latest social-media craze shares how design will distinguish Ello—and make it a success.
Using satellite imagery and mass-agriculture technology, artist Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada has created a six-acre portrait visible from orbit.
Detailed map projections, updated quickly, keep the fear factor current.
The future of urban manufacturing lies less in localism than in making factories more personal.
Independence is the difference between dense cities that achieve affordable housing, like Hong Kong and Singapore, and the ones that don't.
A transit line that was hailed as the dream of a unified city is now on the brink, following waves of domestic unrest over the summer.
'Invisible infrastructure' may already be cutting costs for things like the World Cup or the Olympic Games—not to mention natural disasters.
In President Barack Obama's 'latte salute' scandal, the nation's coffee preferences are revealed.
The #AmtrakResidency program bolsters the notion that train travel is a ponderous luxury, not a useful public good.