Design

The Evolution of England's First Planned Community

In 1901, a team of social do-gooders teamed up to build a clean, green city. A look at their legacy, more than a century later

In London, Brutalism and a Boat

A whimsical architecture firm installs a steamship on top of Queen Elizabeth Hall

Postcard From Lyon

Shoppers strip down to their skivvies for free clothes and other news

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A Sculpture of Our Transportation Future

A new kinetic sculpture in Los Angeles envisions a city with smoothly flowing cars traveling at 240 mph

It's Betting Season for America's Mayors

This football season, some go all in

Postcard From Toronto

It's diet time for the city's mayor and other news

Photos

Dubai's Enormous Man-Made Archipelago 'City'

The first of 300 islands, designed for the uber-rich, is set to open

A Green Revolution in Chicago

The city has big plans for its lake front

Postcard From Casablanca

The grand opening of Africa's biggest mall and other news

Photos

The Case for Saving Ugly Buildings

Unattractive, Brutalist architecture should be preserved because it's unique, not because it's pretty

A Bold Vision for an Urban Forest

A designer in Milan lays out six innovative ideas for a "bio-diverse metropolis"

How David Klein and TWA Branded America's Jet Age

1960s era posters illustrate cities around the world

Object of Desire: Hanging Bicycle Bookshelf

At last, an apartment-based bike storage concept that could work for almost everyone

A Wild New Concrete Skyscraper in Kuwait

At a quarter mile high, the Al Hamra Firdous Tower will be the tallest building in the country

Postcard From Flint

A church opens a tattoo parlor down the hall from the chapel and other news

Frank Gehry on City Building

In this interview excerpt the famed architect touches on his field's role in making great cities

State of the Day: Wisconsin

The state offers a lesson for how smaller cities and metros can still compete in the globalized marketplace

A Walk Through London’s Boxpark, the Temporary Mall That's Probably Coming Soon to a City Near You

Look for more pop-up malls across Europe, and eventually the U.S., in the coming years

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9 Fantastic Office Buildings

Places that would make you love where you work