The hyper-repetition of pastel walls, closed windows, and not-so-private balconies make this series enchanting.
Gary Hustwit and Jon Pack have been photographing former Olympic sites around the world.
Forty years ago, the EPA's Documerica project captured the first weeks of life in Lower Manhattan after the Twin Towers debuted.
Miha Tamura captures the extraordinary side of this everyday ride.
And how the city plans to bring it back to life.
A Buffalo light show aims to turn the city's symbols of decline into a flashy tourist draw.
Because of a glitch in the way that Google "builds" infrastructure of Earth, a number of highways look like they are melting and twisting.
Landscape-inspired highlights from last weekend's Paris Photo Los Angeles art fair.
Exhibit A: Seats that tremor with every bone-jarring, concussion-inducing hit the players experience in real life.
An artist imagines the city with propaganda posters and limited lighting.
The case for turning historic districts into thriving, walkable downtowns.
Michael Cook documents city pipes to raise awareness of water infrastructure problems.
Ideas for radical reinventions that would make the obsolete technology useful again.
It sprung up 40 years ago as a more livable alternative to high-rise public housing. Are there lessons we can adapt today?
The gigantic French green space is being billed as a "metropolis of retail, culture, and leisure."
Think of it as the world's largest public art exhibit.
British painter Nathan Walsh brings a photo-realism style to urban landscapes.
A photographer built a city from bread and let it mold for half a year. These are the apocalyptic results.
One photographer's quest to capture the similarities between the two cities.