One artist is taking neighborliness on the road.
Not even the Baltimore Orioles wanted to keep the neglected B&O Warehouse—until Eric Moss came to town in 1987.
The fist-shaped crosswalk activator begs you to give it some love.
The Walkie Talkie has been named the ugliest British structure completed in the last 12 months, but there are reasons beyond aesthetics to dislike it.
A new company hopes to put record-breaking biomass blooms to more functional use in consumer goods.
Earthquakes in 2010 and 2011 took a heavy toll on Christchurch, New Zealand. Now the city center is being rebuilt with a large new playground—one that local kids helped design.
The artist Fuller loaded the city with historical details, cryptic symbols, and his own memories.
Broadacre City never materialized, but you can still fill-up at the old Lindholm station in tiny Cloquet, Minnesota.
Meet David Waggonner, the architect who wants New Orleans to come to terms with the fact it is a delta city.
As the last novel in the author’s acclaimed Neapolitan series is published, a native sheds light on growing up there.
A Belgian designer claims the logo copied his work.
A new haptic wayfinding gadget changes configuration to indicate direction and distance.
Our newest series on the key forces transforming urban life in the 21st century.
It’s a humongous girl, curled in slumber on a roof.
A 1968 film by Victor Gruen and Associates celebrates a revitalized downtown and a pedestrian mall that won’t be around much longer.
He was inspired to paint the New York piece after realizing “Trump kinda rhymes with dump.”
Jaded haters of the Burn, this innovative map might just change your mind.
There are only a few dedicated artisanal globemakers left in the world—and there’s good reason for that.
A look at the push to design correctional facilities for rehabilitation rather than punishment.