The woonerf, or "shared street," has made its way into U.S. cities.
With recent breakthroughs in insecticide treatment, the material now appears to be a viable alternative to timber.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
It's not going to solve poverty, for instance. But that doesn't mean it's not worth doing.
It basically turns your city into Tron.
It's always summer on Google Earth. But a landmark Mapbox project uses satellite imagery to show the planet as it is now.
These businesses have survived this far, but they're fragile.
Tilikum Crossing, which will allow buses, bikes, walkers, and light rail but not private cars, will open in September.
How to transform the Paris Metro into pastureland in a couple easy steps.
A rejected design by Dutch firm OMA was never a serious proposal—it was a protest.
Five projects are trying to transform public spaces and bring city residents together.
The Ooho! orbs are meant to reduce carbon emissions and plastics pollution.
Sounds fun, but do we really want tourism-spectacle work from world-class artists?
The city's planned FoodPort is part of a trend toward mixed-use food hubs.
At the Venice Bienniale, an exhibit furthers the notion of an evolutionary single standard for what we find visually appealing.
Also, watch the Michigan Department of Transportation “slide” a new bridge into place.
Developers hoping to save an Edward Durell Stone tower want to build a "tribute" tourist trap next door.
It's all fun and games until someone's actually trapped in the closet.
Investors from the United Arab Emirates appear set to give Serbia's capital a Dubai-style makeover. But tons of questions remain unanswered.