Vancouver leads North America in accessory dwelling units. To fight a shortage of affordable housing, some U.S. cities are following suit.
Why does school start so early? Blame 1970s planning.
The country ensures lunch is delicious, healthy, and part of the curriculum.
The world’s most petroleum-dependent country is building a city that will operate without revenue from it.
Recent research on a Denver public housing program has implications for housing policy.
The street artist’s latest installation, The Walled Off Hotel, sits just 13 feet from Israel’s separation barrier in the West Bank city of Bethlehem.
A design firm worked with residents of the Katrina-ravaged neighborhood to create a rare play space for kids and families.
An architecture firm and the government collaborated on a bus stop with books, a rooftop garden, and a swing.
Inclusive playgrounds accommodate kids with disabilities, fostering fun and compassion for all.
A new report lays out the current research on the ways your immediate surroundings influence your health and aging process.
Though states often pledge to fund public schools with taxes levied on lotteries and casinos, that money tends to get funneled elsewhere.
The documentary about the Middle East’s first all-female race car driving team reveals the realities of life in the cities of the West Bank.
Public transport is coming to the Saudi city, enhancing mobility for female riders, who are barred from driving.
The company announced a competition for a free ceremony on one of its 80-seaters.
The Home Café brings Turkish and Greek Cypriots together for food and understanding.
The film chronicles beautifully banal life in the New Jersey city.
The preferred ride of the wealthy and powerful is an equally powerful cultural symbol.
Until the 1980s, playgrounds were spaces of adventure and art.