The Daily Overview presents refugee camps, environmental horror, Florida housing projects, and fields of lovely Dutch tulips.
A new art project called The Waiting Wall is essentially a digital confessional.
A look inside Chicago's first LGBTQ-friendly, affordable senior housing development, Town Hall Apartments.
Skyscrapers are flashing monoliths, and cars are rushing rectangles.
An interview with John Hessler, a cartography expert at the Library of Congress and one of the people behind the new book, Map: Exploring The World.
British streets meet Dutch street design.
The push for 20 mph speed limits has reached millions of residents.
Christopher Herwig snapped incredible photos of Eastern Europe and Central Asia’s architectural underdogs.
The interactive art project utilizes the only right the refugees have in the Netherlands: free expression.
They say power naps are good for productivity, right?
An artist tackles the challenges of navigating dense urban areas with hearing loss.
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.