The predominately white, prosperous city of Gardendale hopes to secede from its poorer, more diverse school district.
The Moroccan megaproject is set to debut next year. But the North African nation has more pressing needs.
A recent report outlines a number of challenges to aging in place.
A Chinese company is constructing high-rises on man-made land. Will people live there?
This group advocates designing cities with emotional well-being in mind.
An organization based in Amman, Jordan, takes a psychological approach to aiding Syrian and Iraqi refugees.
Stickers with QR codes are just one innovation in a multi-pronged plan to serve the aging population.
A recent book contextualizes historic and modern brutality across the region.
A San Diego company gets workers out of city cubicles and into nature.
A lack of public space makes the development of the Ramlet el-Bayda beach particularly painful for the poorer residents of Lebanon’s capital city.
The Pit Stop project hired restroom attendants who can empathize with the population they’re trying to reach.
Families are driving from all over the Midwest to the new retailer.
The city wants to spur foot traffic, business, and density through a new “bright lights district.” Urban lighting scholars point out some pitfalls.
In response, the government has made organizing protests that much harder.
Two Connecticut brothers collect the remains of city trees and fashion them into furniture and art.
Marrakech’s Medina Bike is the latest in a series of projects in the North African country that combat climate change.
The city’s latest diversion might spur the economy, but it excludes the majority of the population.
An agricultural park outside the city of Aarhus is a proving ground for the future of food innovation and urban farming.