Serene photographs that remind us Brazil still loves soccer as much as it hates the politics behind their World Cup.
Delhi's avoidance of mixed-use development patterns isn't helping matters.
The Pigeon folds with a foot press to carry on the shoulder like a lightweight rifle.
For only $4,200, you too can pretend to be eaten by the Iron Giant.
This isn't the first fight to save a historic piece of advertising, and it won't be the last.
An art exhibit puts Main Street construction in context with the aspirations that built the car-free zone decades ago.
"It's very hard for people to realize ... but this is the result of planning."
The city of Pula puts a permanent spotlight on its industrial heritage.
In Detroit, park your car in 'The Z' and you'll find yourself in a drive-thru art gallery.
Denmark's eCool stores two-dozen cans four feet underground.
Inside Edmonton's pedways, you'll find a confounding mix of public, private, and semi-private space.
10 percent of new riders on recently constructed protected lanes switched from other modes.
A round-up of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
Photographer Jade Doskow spent seven years exploring the grounds of former international expos.
The carpet will be replaced, but the famed Chicago Skydeck is still open in the meantime.
Ever want to turn an annoying billboard into a sliced-up mess? Here's how.
Where nature meets the grid, we find an ancient way of connecting with the cosmos.
Dictators and democracies bid to host the Olympic Games for different reasons. Cities that could use an autocrat's touch are right to reach for Olympic glory.
A projection system can map traffic patterns and demographics over the ersatz city, too.