An Israeli designer invents a paper bike that could sell for $60 a pop.
Regions where urbanization is likely to increase by 2030, and where it will have the most impact.
Growing up, I couldn't wait to flee central Indiana. Now I just feel lucky, and terrible.
The flow of entrepreneurial talent and which metros are "producing," "exporting," "importing," and "consuming" it.
New research from Toronto finds that immigrants living in that city's least walkable neighborhoods were more than 50 percent more likely to develop diabetes.
A school celebrates its 10th anniversary with this architectural stunt.
Cureeo hopes to make fine art collecting more accessible to potential buyers.
Also, a flatulent doll teaches South Koreans to poop and dinosaur commodes rumble into New Zealand.
Over 300 sites, most of them off-limits the rest of the year, were open last weekend for the city's annual architectural open house.
Architects created a San Francisco performance space that feels more like a community room.
The Swedish video game company and UN-HABITAT are teaming up to help people around the world re-envision their cities.
Parkour around the globe.
The physical and digital combined into an "open-source hypercity urbanism."
Researchers are creating the first 3-D map of the city's hundreds of manmade caverns.
Even more depressing: your bird feeder makes things worse.
In his new book, Chuck Marohn explains how sprawl is like a Ponzi scheme.
How the recession and rage against the system are fueling street art.
The city's bastion of high art is thriving thanks to a strategy that's drawn in a younger, diverse audience.
Let's stop talking about how to "fix the grid" and recognize what we have.