Where nature meets the grid, we find an ancient way of connecting with the cosmos.
Dictators and democracies bid to host the Olympic Games for different reasons. Cities that could use an autocrat's touch are right to reach for Olympic glory.
A projection system can map traffic patterns and demographics over the ersatz city, too.
"Suburbs are like cholesterol," says Robert A.M. Stern — there's good and there's bad, all to be sensibly calibrated.
Could these surreal alternatives help people find a healthier lifestyle?
In an initial study, researchers found a large disparity.
Massimo Vignelli, who died Tuesday at the age of 83, brought simplicity to American graphic design.
A judge's ruling over renovations to La Samaritaine has the city wondering about its future.
A round-up of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
“It makes you want to smoke so you can be in it.”
The water and solar-powered device is expected to pick up as much as 800,000 pounds of garbage a year.
A New Yorker's first impressions of the 9/11 Memorial Pavilion.
It expands like a balloon to drive unwanted creepsters away.
Between 2003 and 2012, 47,025 pedestrians were killed by drivers in the United States.
The Guastavinos helped design thousands of buildings around the U.S., but nowhere is their work as prominent as in New York City.
Each designed by an international architect.
It might make you look like a big, misanthropic baby, but this head sling for fliers promises solitude and comfort.
Where the biggest demographic shifts are happening along the city's Green line, the buildings are changing with them.