"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.
As cities go wild for innovation, Boston's award-winning District Hall tries to distill the concept into physical form.
Judith Rodin's new book offers insight for a tumultuous world.
The Cold War thriller on BBC America stars Brian Cox and Tom Hughes—and some excellent, surprisingly intimate Brutalist architecture.
It's a burst of fashion genius that could only originate in Scotland.
The designers behind the States Plates Project are here to help.
A slew of new research links walkable neighborhoods with safer, healthier, more democratic places.
The "Impossible" electric bike folds up to fit in a backpack, and makes riders look only slightly like a bear doing a circus trick.
A New York City Council member wants the lights off at night in 40,000 commercial buildings to save the environment. Would this dim the city's iconic skyline?
"Parable of the Polygons" is playable version of Thomas Schelling's model of neighborhood segregation, with an optimistic ending.
Better luck next time, Dark Lord of Mordor. And cagey Russian artists.
Football as Football re-imagines (American) football team logos as (European) football team logos. It's a huge improvement.
As the world braces for a huge population influx into cities, a new exhibit looks at how scaling infrastructure could improve life in the accompanying "unplanned settlements."
Under pressure to get a publishing giant into the iconic tower, the site's developers may have sacrificed a core part of its green plans.
The destroyed building was to be the latest mega-complex by a detested local developer.
For centuries, luring enemies to destroy decoy cities was a legitimate military defense strategy.
Denmark’s capital wants to put 10 manmade islands along the shoreline of its inner-city harbor. But opponents warn it will end up a "rich man's ghetto."