As rents soar and technology makes life onboard easier, more Londoners like me are taking up residence on the city’s canals.
The price is reasonable, the design is practical, and the link is one the city genuinely needs.
Take a tour of Jabba the Hutt’s palace, a life-size X-wing, and that weird cantina full of kloo horn-playing musicians.
The city was surprisingly diverse 2,000 years ago.
From building atop canals to encouraging backyard cottages.
A healthy alternative to waiting for the train.
Greenhouse gases swirl in abandon in this NASA video.
First seen as symbol of a bright new future, the structure has come to reflect the city’s wider problems.
Another skirmish in the war against those gross, black splotches.
They split the costs and share the benefits of their small, expensive space.
Not everybody in the new wave of urban development is backing down.
How a London café that specializes in cereal became the latest flashpoint in the city’s ongoing gentrification debate.
It’s like walking into a cartoon.
British streets meet Dutch street design.
The push for 20 mph speed limits has reached millions of residents.
Maybe they’re not just for airports.
The artist Fuller loaded the city with historical details, cryptic symbols, and his own memories.
A new study of London is the latest to find mixed evidence for the downsides of gentrification.