Mark Byrnes

Rochester, New York: Then and Now, Through Video (1963 to 2012)

How the claims in a promotional video stack up today

ikon.5

Portfolio of the Week: ikon.5

An emerging architecture firm that specializes in designing projects for higher education

Landscape Absurdism: An Urban Prairie in St. Louis

What happens to a neighborhood when demolition becomes the official urban policy

Reuters

Great and Not-So-Great Subway Logos

A look at the best and worst designs from around the world

The Estate of David Klein

How David Klein and TWA Branded America's Jet Age

1960s era posters illustrate cities around the world

Barbosa & Guimarães

9 Fantastic Office Buildings

Places that would make you love where you work

Website of the Day: Melbourne Metro

The sleek design and usability are a transit-lover's dream

Portland, Ore., Then and Now (1890-2012)

It's easy to see the results of Oregon's urban growth boundary laws in this side-by-side map comparison

Capilla Vallejo Arquitectos

2011's Most Interesting Cultural Buildings

Striking libraries, museums and community facilities

Memphis, Then and Now (1887 to 2011)

The city went broke in the 1870s. A look at how the Memphis of today compares with this low point

Flickr/woosh2007

New City Slogans of 2011

The best - and strangest - in urban catch phrases

The City and the Graphic Designer: An Interview With Olimpia Zagnoli

A unique approach to developing iconography for 150 different cities

Una Arquitetos

12 Eye-Catching Storefronts

A dozen facades that are sure to attract curious shoppers

Los Angeles, Then and Now (1894-2011)

A look back at how far downtown L.A. has come since the turn of the 20th century

Feld72

11 New Buildings to Visit in 2012

You might have missed these new buildings, but they're definitely worth checking out in 2012

Buffalo, Then and Now (1902-2011)

A look at how modern Buffalo compares with the city in its heyday

Landscape Absurdism: Las Vegas

The Nevada city's craziest urban designs, as seen from space

Wikimedia Commons

Why I Love My City: Bruce McCulloch on Calgary

The Canadian comedian and Kids In The Hall star on his formative years in Calgary and how the city has changed since

Woodhead Architects

9 Non-Ugly Bus Terminals

These stations make bus travel bearable