A massive, floating installation brings our lunar satellite down to earth.
The Institute for Public Architecture challenged architects to envision hybrid spaces that promote density, but not displacement.
Using the hashtag #StraighterIsGreater, the Transit Center is collecting maps of the most convoluted bus routes in the U.S. and abroad.
Hunks of the low-lying state are rapidly disappearing, but a “new” map is more misleading than helpful.
Hear recordings of impromptu shows around the city, or upload your own for others to enjoy.
But really, why aren't there more local food fests?
A Brazilian research project details development in Rio since it won its Olympic bid seven years ago. It doesn’t paint a very positive picture.
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The city is asking for ideas on where to build future subway lines.
Piano Pound’s creator calls the free instruments a “symbolic manifestation of decisions that current Bay Area residents face.”
The new six-part series is a testament to both the social limitations and successes of hip hop.
Better planning, stricter construction standards, and expanded insurance can help cities prepare for the next “1,000-year rain.” But they won’t be enough.
East London’s Robin Hood Gardens, designed by Peter and Alison Smithson, were once the future of public housing.
Using what Mayor Eduardo Paes calls “nomadic architecture,” the city plans to dismantle one of its arenas and turn it into schools.
Their removal will certainly be a step in the right direction, but the reality on the ground is far from simple.
When it comes to new construction in his hometown, the veteran urbanist is not impressed.
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On its 40th anniversary, the “Big Owe” is slowly turning into a source of pride.