A Le Corbusier-inspired idea for a city that organized transit and architecture around "functional delineation" was never realized.
But can it aerate jaywalkers with retractable butt guns?
Building over-water park infrastructure is one approach for dense cities. But are these parks a flashy design fad or a real urban solution?
Cities spend big money to retrofit and modernize landscapes built with the world’s most popular construction material—even as others go right on pouring it.
The brains behind Scotland's Biomatrix Water use flotillas of plants to filter polluted water and soften concrete riverbanks.
The travel documents come on the heels of those super-cool new banknotes, too.
Four households around the world reveal unique yet familiar domestic experiences in an immersive new app.
Meet the real 'Trail Blazers' in Portland's b-ball scene.
But it's the middle class, not the poor who may pay the biggest price.
The prime spot among the famous lights is now available at $6.3 million a year.
A 19th-century "transformation mask" from Vancouver Island, British Columbia, inspired the team's logo. A new exhibit explores the history and significance of the piece.
Modesto, California, was once ranked the nation's least livable city. That spurred one man to uncover its forgotten contributions to 20th-century architectural history.
A new crop of restaurants in gas stations, like Seoul Food D.C., will help suburbs grow into more authentic urban places.
The infamous English artist collages blades, pins, and needles to render aerial images of cities around the world.
The luminescent path is modeled after the painter's "The Starry Night."
A state-owned gaming facility in Aachen got rid of its two paintings by the Pop Art icon to partly fund a new casino. Could this set a dangerous precedent for publicly owned art?
Except for people afraid of heights, no one has any reason to worry about the coming wave of new towers.
A true tale featuring secret meeting spots, cops, a knapsack full of iPhones, and a live performance that floated down New York's Gowanus Canal.
An analysis of roadway suffixes in six major U.S. cities reveals differences rooted in history.