The pieces that stuck with us this year.
For the second time in two years, St. Petersburg, Florida, is looking to transform its pier into a destination park.
Remembering the public artworks the fueled the most heated reactions in 2014.
This rail proposal isn't perfect, but it sure beats taking the Eastern Road and getting sacked by a hedge knight.
U.S. roads are safer than they've ever been for people who travel in cars. But has that come at the expense of those who travel on foot?
With the violence of the drug war behind it, the border city is experiencing a boom of arts and startup activity, spurred by the group Reactivando Espacios.
Jordan Schnitzer wants to turn the long-dilapidated Centennial Mills into the city's next revitalized neighborhood—even if it means reaching into his own pocket.
From driverless cars to safety initiatives, it was quite a year for advancements in mobility.
This ultralight bike is designed to cut pollution and slice through traffic jams.
"I would like the viewer to reorient themselves and think about the space they inhabit with others," says Michael Pederson.
One of the least-likely rides of the 1930s relied on a German Shepherd trapped in a big hamster wheel.
Dutch photographer Hans Eijkelboom captures the universal anti-style of pedestrians around the world.
Alexander Gardner, one of the Civil War's most important photographers, tracked the changes sweeping the western United States during the late 1860s.
A group of Berlin nightclub owners are now joking about turning the failing Mall of Berlin into a "techno temple." Here's why.
With their new housing project, Blackbirds, an architect and developer strive for a sensitive way to build up a low-slung city.
"Soarigami" walls off airline armrests into separate but equal halves.
The long list of difficulties Renzo Piano faced with this renovation and expansion point to why many architects prefer greenfield builds to infill.
August Perez III's influence on his city is everywhere you look.