Architects dream of the days when “Hello” becomes “Ahoy!”
Black students at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design say there are no design courses that consider race and justice. Here’s an outline for one.
The interactive project OUTgoing aims to map the history of New York City’s queer bars.
You may soon be able to (legally) explore part of Los Angeles that began sliding into the sea in the 1920s.
That doesn’t look safe.
The chambered nautilus finally gets the architectural tribute it deserves.
This world is hell.
The lonesome guy in the “WALK” light has a buddy.
It’s one of many flashy design demos available on the new customizable map animation engine Tangram.
In an intriguing deal with the city of New York, the company MOVE Systems will provide environmentally friendly food carts to vendors, rent free.
The world’s most common building material produces 5 percent of global CO2 emissions. But what if we needed less of it?
The newly revealed design for the Nordstrom Tower will make it the highest in the Western Hemisphere.
Few others thought as critically about life in the mechanical age.
Design-minded scientists are harnessing the power of bacteria to move toward healthier buildings.
Bar Luce in Milan brings the filmmaker’s quirky fantasy world to life.
These maps of intersecting waterbodies will make you think twice about where yours comes from.
When it finally opens its doors, the National Museum of African American History and Culture will be one of the most contradictory institutions on the National Mall.
Someone has been plastering existing utility boxes to represent shocking statistics on street corners.
Roy Lichtenstein meets cartography.