A round-up of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
And what cities can do to promote equity and sustainability.
As work on the museum progresses, its architects and designers must find ways to work a raucous history into a very staid building.
The Big Marsh was once home to nine steel mills. Now it’s where bikes and rare birds roam.
Two years in the making, the London Picture Map includes more than 150,000 historical images.
Fancy a trip to the Shank of Inchgrundle?
The transformation of the Petite Ceinture will ultimately become the city’s biggest-ever railway conversion project.
Behind the bottom-up push to make the Congolese capital the ‘Paris of Africa.’
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the past seven days.
We aren’t catching them. They are catching us.
An exhibit about the friendship between Eva Hesse and Sol LeWitt shows how art has nurtured New York—and vice versa.
The plan threatened views from a Trump-owned golf course.
The city gave more than it got from hosting the RNC, and Public Square was the event’s MVP.
Behind the almost child-like designs, Friedensreich Hundertwasser wanted to recover the “dignity of man” which had “been violated in our unnatural and hostile urban grid system.”
Turkey is extremely rectangular—but not as much as Egypt, Lethoso, and Ghana.
Renzo Picasso wanted to build seven-layer "superstreets" through American cities.
The former mayor’s pet project is currently driving bus passengers mad.
The city plans to salute everybody’s favorite chomping-yellow orb with a new street mural.
At one Berlin pub, seas of cheers quickly turned into cries of shock and horror.