A new institution with a striking design opens in the burgeoning arts district of downtown Los Angeles.
The data-driven solution was part marketing, part enforcement, and part community outreach.
This expandable bookshelf can hold all of your stuff—or just a little.
Garages from around 1930 could mechanically stack hundreds of vehicles as high as two-dozen stories.
A new report shows that thousands of U.S. voting systems are old and malfunctioning, which could spell disaster for the upcoming presidential elections.
The West’s checkerboard plan, devised by Thomas Jefferson, gets the Instagram treatment with striking satellite imagery.
These feeds offer a cleverly curated peek into cities around the world.
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.