There are skyscrapers. And then there are skypenetrators, like the X-Seed 4000.
An architect designs a one square meter home that you can sit, stand, even sleep in.
Photographs of the phantom City Hall station capture transit charm of yore.
A street artist has laid impossible-to-complete track and swim lanes all throughout the city.
Stilted homes over the water are being taken down by the government, leaving thousands homeless.
Radioactive photographer Nick Veasey works with dangerous wavelengths to reveal the inner beauty of the city.
Recently refurbished Washington Park is grounding an impressive historic preservation movement.
The acrobatic structure spirals over an open air performance space in the water.
A century-old fire house gets remade, pole and all.
This library on wheels carries over 1,200 books by or about contemporary artists around Mexico City.
Even for performance art, this is pretty weird.
Jilly Ballistic's genius street-art campaign to shame corporate products.
An abandoned Wal-Mart warehouse is transformed into the largest public library in the country.
These before-and-after graphics show just how severe the problem has become.
A hundred bucks to anyone in England who can grind the length of this bench.
Is Europe's newest tallest building "egomaniacal architecture" at its worst?
A multi-purpose piece for micro living.
The city's newest attraction hopes to lure tourists to its waterfront despite a massive construction project nearby.
It's even creepier than you might've thought.