A photo tour of Britain's quirky roadside cafes.
It inflates in 2 hours and seats 500 people.
A public sculpture outside the Tate Modern plays screwy games with people's sense of perspective.
Studying the role of shadow, sound, seating and more on Philadelphia's The Porch.
Brooklyn CSA+D connects people interested in collecting art at a reasonable price point with artists who want their work to find a home.
Photorealistic design plans may help hype individual projects, but reality doesn't always deliver.
An illegal roadside ad disguised as art may force the Texas DOT to tear down the famous Prada Marfa as well.
The city's largest theaters are thriving. But does success come at a cost?
Step to make performers belt their notes—just not for too long.
Because college kids are dumb.
An innovative take on street art.
Unstructured time allows children to develop creativity and empathy. But too often, it's missing from the schedule.
The Eero Saarinen-designed TWA Flight Center is finally, maybe, getting a second life.
Paris has traditionally eschewed tall buildings, but a new wave of architects are looking to change that.
Burkina Faso has one of the lowest literacy rates in the world. Here's how vendors draw people into their architecturally repetitive kiosks.
People are planting more trees, thinking carefully about coastal development, and anticipating the future of California's wineries.
He's required to wear a bow tie, and gets paid in food.
It offers up strange collection of "urban amenities," including shopping malls, and "futuristic" buildings.
This looks nothing like the glitzy metropolis we know now.