Why where we live determines how we date.
Without context, this is one heckuva scary photo.
A surprising tale of a forgotten cemetery, a land grab, and some clever recycling.
Cities in the South and the West are leading the urban influx.
Inspired by the laziness of humans, a Swedish designer built a workspace that runs in part on body heat and movement.
Gorgeous photos of kite fliers, beach bums, and men playing chess in their underwear.
This new complex in integrates an old distillery and a storied Gorica factory into its design.
An interactive time capsule to all 116 New York City neighborhoods, from 1943.
Po-Chih Lai's "Stair Rover" is meant to conquer the rugged streetscape of London.
Hasn't everyone wanted to see this happen?
Gothenburg, Sweden, makes its public planning process interactive with an online map.
The CUBE, a mobile restaurant and event space, has graced landmarks in Brussels and Milan. Now it's headed to England in time for the Games.
Pictures from the annual Coney Island parade.
A group of hardcore Finnish free-ski stylists are making amazing videos amid the urban landscapes of Northern and Eastern Europe.
1,100 Dumpsters are transformed into pinhole cameras.
An Italian website compiles crowd wisdom and ideas to utilize vacant properties.
Photos from the Tennessee town of Oak Ridge, where thousands of workers and their families lived while constructing the atom bomb.
Ideas for rules that balance a building’s historic character with the need for green energy.
New research finds the "bystander effect" can be offset by the presence of public self-awareness.