When you take the time to show off your hometown, chances are you'll discover something new to love yourself.
Self-described "map geek" Eric Fischer uses urban data to make some of the web's most intriguing spatial images.
An event is documented by a Google satellite, creating a new and unnerving lens through which to view public space.
It's like a bird mated with a rainbow.
The signature piece of Copenhagen's enormous Ørestad experiment, by Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind, is no more.
"Empire State of Pen," by Patrick Vale, captures the frenzied movements of creation.
The Dandy Horse returns with a new name and a new mojo.
Photographer David Sopronyi gives a new softness to London’s gritty West Way.
The best (and worst) of the 13th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice.
One S.F. designer sees beauty in the markings left behind on his city's storm drains.
It explains a lot about how the tech giant sees itself.
In Washington, designers are planning a revamp that returns the city to the water's edge.
Turning the cityscape into a ninja playground is even more rad when dogs do it.
These chairs, tables and hanging flower pots latch on for easy relaxation.
Author Kyle Schuneman talks interior design on the tiniest of budgets in his latest, The First Apartment Book: Cool Design for Small Spaces.
It's a garden, it's a blind, it's something we should have thought of years ago.
Here's a quite different way of looking at the history of tropical storms.
Just wait til you see the PPPlanter on a street corner near you.