The third installment in a five-part series featuring Richard Florida leading a conversation on the future of the Motor City.
According to research in Pediatrics, active friends can make us more active.
Scenes from around America.
As two projects in Los Angeles show, public art has more than just aesthetic appeal - it can generate income for developers and local government.
The model Knuffingen Airport in Hamburg, part of the world's largest railway model, has 40 different planes that take off and land hundreds of times daily.
Once seen as a civic gem, demand for a permanently enclosed stadium has dwindled.
Batman: Death By Design, explores the link between Batman and architecture.
Spray-painting walls in Beijing isn't actually all that dangerous. So why are there so few people doing it?
A Toronto photographer tracked the same addresses over four decades to tell his city's changing story.
A team of "light painters" make jellyfish, birds and a whale appear in this dazzling video from Germany.
An interview with architect Christian Unverzagt of M1/DTW, who uses Detroit's history and resources to create better designs.
Designers in the Mexican city of León try to revive an ailing industry with furniture best described as "oil-slick chic."
The city's search for a post-games stadium occupant has been disappointingly fruitless so far.
That's the word that Japanese artist Genpei Akasegawa has assigned to doors leading nowhere and driveways blocked by fences.