The ongoing debate raises bigger questions about who benefits from the city's changing landscape.
A look into the mind of the often subtle urban interventionist.
Breathing walls, noise-to-music converters, and more.
New research finds that as population density decreases, the suicide rate among young people goes up.
The neighborhood where Trayvon Martin died is the kind of place where people choose to live when they want to be safe – from crime, from outsiders, from economic uncertainty. Of course, it doesn’t always work that way.
France looks set to implement a series of groundbreaking laws designed to induce landlords to rent to a wider variety of income levels.
This map of Twitter data will show you.
Life expectancy can vary as much as 25 years within some cities. And our current solutions are barely having an impact.
Circus worker Adam Tenenbaum's front yard has become a neighborhood gathering place due to one really weird art tree.
Justin Palmer takes a digital chainsaw to Portland and shows the world its rings.
Our weekly roundup of the most intriguing articles about cities and urbanism we've come across in the past seven days.
This tennis-sized ball can take cool pictures and help save lives.
Officials describe an "apocalyptic" scene in Brétigny-sur-Orge, just 12 miles south of the city.
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At 76 miles long, it would surpass the combined length of world’s two longest underwater tunnels and cut through two fault lines.
A new photography project captures barriers in Baghdad, Korea, Israel and Belfast.
Counterfeit copies of Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman's massive sculpture are popping up across China.
But he's not resigning, yet, in the face of vague allegations.
Denver and Santa Monica are cracking down on fitness classes in public spaces.