As this photograph from Camden attests.
A fascinating resource for lovers of city planning, made possible by open data.
The city is erecting a grandiose glass canopy over one of its most contested sites as part of a new culture and shopping complex.
Researchers say going under the needle can sometimes mean rashes that last for months.
After Wednesday’s FIFA arrests, probes continue into upcoming games. But we already know it’s unconscionable to hold the World Cup in Qatar.
A design solution known as the “floating” bus stop is gaining attention in U.S. cities.
At last, a micro-cottage for people who don’t want to figure out electrical wiring and plumbing.
In the run-up to June’s general elections, the country’s opposition party announced plans for a new city called Merkez Turkiye that would cost $200 billion to construct.
New Orleans is getting a 'fancy' version of the 24-hour American breakfast chain. This is not a good development.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
An addictive new interactive project marries a vast array of archival photos with a detailed map of the city.
The converted overpass will be packed with flowers, tea shops, and even a library.
Leaders in the field discuss what design can—and can’t—accomplish in the service of communities like Baltimore and Ferguson.
It’s a misguided idea that would only exacerbate the city’s housing and displacement crisis.
See how small delays can lead to big commuting headaches in this interactive.
A new map uses Foursquare data to reveal the most unique tastes in food or drink, state by state.
For one thing: narrow, European-style streets.
Artist Gregos has plastered cities with more than 1,000 pseudo-Gregoses.