There’s a new portal to hell in Paris.
It’s ridiculous disaster-porn, but with a surprisingly subtle statement on the structures that deserve our love.
The folks at CityMetric, at least, are far from pleased.
This is what it looks like when bikes are treated the way cars are.
The new interactive documentary, part of the HIGHRISE series produced by the National Film Board of Canada, makes its U.S. premiere on CityLab.
It’s like time stopped during a carnival-funhouse explosion.
There’s “romance” in the master bedroom … and in the master bath.
Jerry Gretzinger has been working on his 1,500-square-foot map for much of his life.
Washington's experiments in community art haven’t always been great. But a new project with the city’s public-works trucks reflects the real D.C.
Starting today, the city will begin removing “love locks” from the Pont des Arts, a bridge near the Tuileries garden.
Our predictions for this weekend. May God save New York City.
Just months before his death, the silent film star starred in a gag-filled project for the Construction Safety Association of Ontario.
A new visualization, based on NYPD numbers, shows just how hazardous the city is for pedestrians.
As this photograph from Camden attests.
A fascinating resource for lovers of city planning, made possible by open data.
The city is erecting a grandiose glass canopy over one of its most contested sites as part of a new culture and shopping complex.
Researchers say going under the needle can sometimes mean rashes that last for months.
After Wednesday’s FIFA arrests, probes continue into upcoming games. But we already know it’s unconscionable to hold the World Cup in Qatar.
A design solution known as the “floating” bus stop is gaining attention in U.S. cities.