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.
A two-block virtual walk highlights Copenhagen's exceptional urban atmosphere.
In northern Italy, a 6.0 magnitude earthquake makes a mess of Renaissance-era structures.
A London gardening project aims to plant food up and down a city bus line.
Some 357 cowboys will compete for $45,000 in prizes at the annual Falkland Stampede.
New Jersey's gambling revenues have fallen every year since 2006. With its newest property, Atlantic City pins its hopes on luxury tourism.
Two teams from smaller metros are doing remarkably well in this year's playoffs. But big city franchises have typically dominated NBA titles.
Closed since World War II, Saint-Martin's platform is currently being used to promote the new film.
Get your eye bleach handy, folks.
After many setbacks, Rem Koolhaas's "reinvention of the skyscraper" is nearly ready to open.
As Denton, Texas's music festival grows in popularity, so does interest in the town itself.
Scenes from a highway reclaimed by the city's pedestrians and cyclists.
The 'Parramyd' provides a framework for your vine-like plants to grow.