A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
It's time for museums to desist with the silly spectacles and get back to the good work they could be doing in the civic sphere.
A trio of photographers showcase the beauty of the city by scaling its skyscrapers.
The pool is part of the redevelopment of Kings Cross Station and the area around it.
If a region has something to celebrate, it's fair game for some jersey flair.
Now you can have your roadside advertising and eat it, too.
The Solar Bike can purr for 40 miles on sustainable energy.
A new survey of collision reporting practices reveals a ton of room for improvement.
"In other parts of the world you have new, modern things. But the old things, I think, are more important."
An important part of Milwaukee design history is coming to a close to make way for modern transit tech.
The New Urbanist neighborhood of Stapleton, Colorado, suffers from compromised planning standards.
The literary temple offers free books and an experience akin to being stuffed inside a giant hardback.
Is "Life Paint" a helpful new technology, or a dubious marketing ploy?
A new short film looks at the vibrant and eclectic culture of the Portuguese capital and its trademark azulejos.
In a megacity in desperate need of better planning, activists are calling for a more sustainable future for the Mumbai Port.
It's the work of a Philadelphia-based data scientist who, a year ago, had never made a map.
Run away from Blinky, Pinky, Inky and Clyde down nearly any Google Maps environment you wish.
Carafem, a new pharmaceutical-only abortion clinic in D.C., aims to foster an environment that is calming, supportive—and unabashedly advertised.