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A round-up of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
Navigate the city in a new way.
A new exhibit shows the photographer's ability to link fashion with architecture during an especially turbulent time in the city's history.
"Common sense has been almost completely lost in my profession," says the architect.
A Philadelphia art installation is rethinking that insipid old Muzak.
If Venetian blinds could twist and turn based on the time of day.
A 27-year-old woman was left as a newborn in restaurant bathroom, but now is tracking down her biological mom on Facebook.
A dramatic art installation in Adelaide, Australia.
Watch as artist Mick Victor captures the 'chaotic order' of an urban landscape.
The March 10 air raids were among the deadliest, most destructive attacks of World War II.
We may have the Polar Vortex to thank for its adorable appearance on the shores of Queens.
One man's quest to photograph pies atop horses, on satellite dishes, and in trees.
Radically redefining cramped quarters.
Could the beloved building, slated to be torn down, have a second life somewhere else?
The Castro neighborhood is about to get a lot more festive.
It's 20 percent more aerodynamic and 4,000 pounds lighter than the current options.
Some of the structure's 'bluestones' ring when struck with a hammer.