"Because there isn't an app for everything."
Bernard Plossu was the country's Kerouac, telling stories through his seemingly aimless travels.
Researchers have linked the polluted run-off from cities to hormonal problems in chicks.
And what it can teach us about architecture.
A round-up of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
Philip Johnson's New York State Pavilion was designated a "National Treasure" earlier this week.
Picture octopus-like high-rises engulfing transit hubs.
It's said to be the largest sandstorm to hit northern China in 10 years.
Two proposals unveiled earlier this month tiptoe into the fraught territory of what's called Managed Retreat.
A unique look inside Manhattan's 101-year-old Woolworth Building.
A new book spotlights the creation and many applications of Isotype, the modernist visual language that lives on in signage all around us.
The show will grapple with the fundamental question of what a city should be.
Serving "Cat'achinos," naturally.
Here are a few short films about the hard-working construction crews who dispose of your trash.
Midtown is a hive of construction, with one luxury tower after another replacing older buildings. What's being lost?
One French artist looked up and imagined a whole new world.
A small preview of Paris Photo Los Angeles, taking place next week.
A look at one of humanity's worst oil calamities from one of its most renowned documentarians.
It may look like a big baby carriage, but this unusual trike doubles as a great place to snooze.