Which one would you choose?
Transit officials haven’t given his first metro project the respect it deserved.
For just a few minutes a day, the sky cloaks the entire city in a glowing, azure tint.
A traveling design show toured the U.S. 25 years ago to shed light on Soviet city life under a failing but reforming government.
A wonky Tumblr documents the city’s retail shops converted into residences, thanks to arcane zoning laws.
In WTC, Brian Rose’s photographs explore presence, absence, and a constantly changing city.
Want a moldy suburban apartment for $1,500? Then you’ve come to the right city.
A photographer’s solo journey leads to an uniquely beautiful take on the country’s landscapes.
One artist is merging two very different worlds and coming up with delightfully strange results.
“We want them to convey a sense of home.”
The exhibit “Brick by Brick” features the painstaking creations of master Lego builder Adam Tucker.
A newly updated archive lets you track images of urban makeovers across the world.
When it needed a new city hall in 1958, Toronto received more than 500 submissions from all over the globe. The winning design still endures today.
Exploring the freaky, anthropomorphic street art of Brazil’s Andre Muniz Gonzaga.
The modest-looking MR-63s ushered in the city’s rapid transit system 50 years ago. Starting this year, they’re being phased out for sleek new models.
In her work, the photographer Joey O’Loughlin captures the diverse reality of New York’s food pantry lines.
A new exhibition reveals more than just bad teeth and grey skies.
“All you can lose is your heart.”
An artist finds hidden pockets of life beneath the expressways and bridges of cities in China, the Netherlands, and the U.K.