It's in celebration of the summer solstice.
Eduardo Zamarro's "Wall of Happiness" celebrates the little-known "Institute of Happiness" in Madrid.
A traveling exhibition imagines a minor renaissance of urban manufacturing that's greener, cleaner, and more efficient.
"The Majesty" is an installation in an abandoned London railway vault that's crawling with slow-moving, spore-spitting mold.
California still reigns supreme.
Designers flipped a bronze scale model of the Taj Mahal for a table that sells for €36,000.
Once a staple of the Manhattan lunch scene, the automat sees new life as a replica for an exhibit about lunch.
Despite hopes, tourism hasn't pulled Greece out of its recession.
Leaked news of the city's first Olympic moment include nods to England's musical influence and winks to its agrarian past.
Photos of kissing couples around the world.
Where urban morals, margins, and mainstream converge — under cover of a neon glow.
Chinese megabuilding would rise nearly 10 meters a day, way faster than other skyscrapers.
In this Russian city, one opportunity to wear a wedding gown is just not enough.
What if a resort incorporated local coffee shops, restaurants, and stores into its very essence? Three architects in Vienna give it a go.
Where are the largest concentrations of gay couples?
Trip Advisor ranks the cheapest and most expensive vacation cities for Americans this summer.
Not easy to convert, some cities still manage to find new ways to bring life to their abandoned grain elevators.
A new tool visualizes green roofs on any building, and the water and energy they could save.
Dakar's fashion scene is a powerful economic driver. Scenes from Fashion Week.