Ultimately, Apple's spaceship campus will be a legacy.
Never officially certified, the Fair ended up as a tribute to American corporations more than its official theme of "peace through understanding." It was still pretty cool.
York, Alabama, created a cottage that can quickly expand for outdoor shows and concerts.
Haas and Hahn's next large-scale painting project will tackle the entire Rio de Janeiro favela of Vila Cruzeiro.
A "gift" sold in the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book, because of course.
The Georgian city has a bold new strategy to resurrect its fading downtown, and it was crafted with the help of regular people.
The new headquarters of the People's Daily is only the latest example of the capital's unusual architecture.
The proposed learning center looks like a blimp got stuck in a rubbish bin.
Birdhouse apartments, hanging human-sized nests, and other wonders are all featured in a gorgeous new book by Barcelona-based Loft Publications.
Since 2001, more than 300 million trees in Texas have perished due to insufficient rainfall and human water usage.
One of America's most iconic bridges, letter by letter.
It took 50 years for the city to get a subway, so it's no surprise the mayor who pulled it off got all the credit.
This video is guaranteed to make your legs tingle.
Few are certain of Afghanistan's future once foreign troops leave. Four Kabul investors went ahead and built a water park anyway.
"People in the neighborhood would probably not mind seeing it used for something different."
The city wants to replace its century-old gas lamps with LEDs, but preservationists are crying foul.
Photographer Philip Jarmain has spent years slipping into Detroit's historically significant abandoned spaces, now prey to scrap thieves, fire bombers, and municipal bulldozers.
A town of 52,000 people has called the famous bridge its own since 1971.
NYC's art-punk golden age, Chapel Hill's indie-rock community, and Memphis's Stax Records all declined in about the same way: The underdogs became the establishment.