Don't even think about wearing a hoodie and pajamas to the fashion-themed "épicerie."
This new tool can help us understand how people respond to urban spaces before they're built.
The low-flow fixture curls into itself like a frightened gastropod.
Tracking the spread of 29,000 baby names over the past century.
Watching Boeing 737s pass via rail is part of daily life in Renton, Washington.
This is how you feel when nobody likes your selfie.
A famous mob hangout in the '50s gets a government-sanctioned renovation for the sake of tourism.
In the form of a giant, glowing cube.
These blended photographs show us what a crazy building boom along the sleepy, southwest corner of Europe might look like.
Despite broken bridges and submerged apartments, the Neft Dashlari oil platform remains inhabited to this day.
The most recent act, a nod to anti-government protesters in Kiev, has drawn the ire of Russian officials. Again.
Reconstructing the landscapes in amazing, large-scale detail.
With a $90 million renovation, officials hope to add fresh context to the century-old museum.
Paint them with fish, skeletons, and optical illusions, as is the M.O. of urban trickster Roadsworth.
Time travel with art.
The sports stadium, which is currently being demolished, had a rough start.
A round-up of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
Construction of the tallest tower in the western hemisphere ground to a halt in 2008. But it may be back on track, thanks to a new deal.
See if you can spot what went wrong in the media coverage of this Australian demolition.