Sure, tiny spaces look cool. But would you actually want to live in one?
It's not easy to compare them, but we're giving it a shot.
Tres Brooklyn is so 2012.
Access for all was one of the hot topics at The Atlantic's Start-Up City: Miami conference.
A real-world screening of Speed ended with a small miracle of bureaucratic coordination.
Sleep on a park bench or under a train track for just $16 a night.
A new German website alerts members about the location and content of leftover sustenance.
Hoboken could provide a perfect laboratory for aggressive efforts. Are state and federal governments ready to participate in the experiment?
Ideas for enhancing safety, affordability, and quality of life.
All the tweets in the world glimmer in this entrancing visualization of real-time tweets.
4 reasons why Obama is wrong to think the sector can solve the unemployment crisis.
Photo journalist Rebecca Davis captures riders in a voyeuristic style reminiscent of Walker Evans.
Miami tries to figure that out.
Here's a nicely well-preserved peek into historical Moscow, complete with snow-skiing commuters and a frozen market of mushroom and fish.
It’s easy to take potshots when architects push the envelope. But the flat roof is problematic as a more basic matter of function.
What makes some people act heroically and empathetic toward others?
Complete with in-game music.
But questions of safety linger.
Sidecar hopes to compete with Uber by using part-time drivers and letting riders decide what to pay. Will it work?