England's Detroit has boosted its cultural offerings to become a tourist magnet.
The latest research finds arenas are "not the cause of development so much as they are the effect."
Watch your vibrations battle geometric forms thanks to the handiwork of two Ukrainian architects.
It's basically a giant hole in the ground, designed to withstand Japanese earthquakes.
The best idea we've ever heard for swiping into the subway has sadly fallen on deaf ears. Any takers?
A designer in Milan creates mobile mini-parks.
Lawmakers want the sites of the Manhattan Project preserved as historical parks.
Researchers train an algorithm to tell us why Paris looks like Paris.
Outside of Prague, a home that is able to move up and down and rotate on its sides.
By implementing stricter parking maximums over time, Switzerland's largest city recaptured its public spaces for its people.
They play an underrated but important role in getting our high-skill jobs filled.
How the rise of the internet has caused driving rates to fall.
A Yale researcher spends two years riding around, documenting the rules of "social disengagement."
Constructing the necessary "religious infrastructure" takes much more effort in existing dense neighborhoods.
A violin solo at the Hollywood Bowl gets drowned out, and a revolt is born.
Turns out a weirdly named landmark can be quite beneficial to the local economy.
Some states see a much higher incidence of non-fatal injuries. Here's why.
Wear your tweets on your sleeve.
A UCLA researcher makes the case for several ways to cut noise at transit stations in the middle of freeways.