It’s a walkable feast.
Marcus Westbury’s new book, Creating Cities, describes the small-scale fixes that helped Newcastle, Australia.
If a goal of the train is to reduce car-reliance, why does a new rendering show a big surface lot?
At MIT’s AgeLab, researchers work on autonomous wheelchairs, neighborhood design for the cognitively impaired, and a host of other strategies to prepare for the “silver tsunami.”
Consumer goods are increasingly made of synthetic materials and coatings. The carcinogens they give off when they burn could be driving high cancer rates among first responders.
A talk with the designer behind some of North America’s most famous subways, walkways, zoos—and pretty much any other place people need help finding their way around.
Hotels in the city are struggling to meet tourism demands. That’s where converted offices come in.
From L.A. to New York to Mexico, people love beating the stuffing out of the GOP candidate.
Edward Burtynsky pulls beauty from polluted mining pools, drought-ravaged landscapes, and bloated suburbs.
A redesign competition has been announced for Tour Montparnasse and its surrounding mall and plaza.
Now you can circumnavigate the globe and retrace Phileas Fogg’s journey from your desk.
Design students and a nonprofit theater group created a “park-in-a-cart” to serve the fast-growing city of El Alto, Bolivia.
Delicious dishes based on Greece’s economy, Switzerland’s dying honeybees, and Japan’s epidemic of male virgins.
Shepard Fairey was commissioned to paint a mural in downtown Detroit. Now the city is prosecuting him for destruction of property.
The design uses weighted lines to show which buses come more often than others.
Del Webb, the country’s biggest builder of “active adult” housing, is changing its formula to appeal to Baby Boomers.
Even wee ones need a break from the city bustle.