Rodin, meet Napster.
The planning debate that sparked Turkey's recent protests is part of a larger, kind of weird architectural trend.
It is from this remote community in southern Kazakhstan that humans first sent a satellite, an animal, and a person into orbit. But it didn't get an MRI machine until 2011.
Let me just walk across the room to get that – OUCH!
Oh, the places you'll pretend to go!
A photographer stumbles on a payphone 'graveyard' in West Harlem.
The painting covers nearly 900 feet and looks like an animation to people driving by.
Can virtual ball drops and bizarre car sculptures help people see the Rust Belt city in new ways?
The company behind this "Turtle" helmet, which folds down to half its size, promises it will become part of the urban cyclists’ way of life.
Archaeologists say the uncovered medieval cityscape is "without parallel in the pre-industrial world."
Single mothers, former criminals, homeless people and punks at a "human zoo."
Developer Peder Norrby collects iOS Maps glitches that have an accidental artistry.
How the seven imaginary spans depicted on euro banknotes came to be built in a Rotterdam suburb.
This summer's sweeping MoMA retrospective is a deep dive on the controversial architect.
If you can't take the civic puns, stay out of the freezer section.
Cycling in Vancouver just got a little more wild.
Redesigned signage is serving a critical role in post-Sandy coastal wayfinding.
Hundreds of glowing, pendulous prophylactics liven up a drab square in Madrid.
The huge, globe-trotting waterfowl will make its American debut in September.