It’s a misguided idea that would only exacerbate the city’s housing and displacement crisis.
See how small delays can lead to big commuting headaches in this interactive.
A new map uses Foursquare data to reveal the most unique tastes in food or drink, state by state.
For one thing: narrow, European-style streets.
Artist Gregos has plastered cities with more than 1,000 pseudo-Gregoses.
The annual ranking of fittest cities doesn’t address important inequalities.
A Vancouver building illustrates how architecture can make an active, positive contribution to the environment.
The Ultradistancia project drenches well-known landscapes with new colors.
In some cases they might add to the death toll of a crash.
The push to build a new kind of tower has begun.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
Nijmegen is turning a flood-control project on the River Waal into an opportunity to redevelop its inner core.
Architects dream of the days when “Hello” becomes “Ahoy!”
Black students at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design say there are no design courses that consider race and justice. Here’s an outline for one.
The interactive project OUTgoing aims to map the history of New York City’s queer bars.
You may soon be able to (legally) explore part of Los Angeles that began sliding into the sea in the 1920s.
That doesn’t look safe.
The chambered nautilus finally gets the architectural tribute it deserves.
This world is hell.