A Dutch artist created illegal but highly luxurious street signs, a leather-padded bench and a walnut garbage can.
Mysterious, simple, intimidating. These buildings define the 1960s just as much as a certain show.
How would you like to own a car so compact that you could pick it up and carry it into your apartment at night?
Decades since Bethlehem Steel shut down, the site sees small bits of new life.
The new store will preserve many of the 13th century church's most striking features.
A 2.65-mile elevated park and a massive makeover for Navy Pier are both in the works.
A survey of light rail aesthetics from around the world.
Fights over how kids play have been going strong since the early 1900s.
For the first time, a scale model of Hogwarts will be on display in London.
These corporations might not have tons of fans in the environmental movement, but you wouldn't know that looking at their idealistic architecture choices.
Why we can't stop looking at photos of absurdly small houses and apartments.
In Mumbai, the festival of colors has run into some problems.
The all-concrete stadium has been rotting since the early 1990s. Can it be saved? Should it be?
University of Michigan students make use of the city’s abundant architectural skeletons, rather than overlooking them.
An interview with Brad Frost, who collects photos of QR code absurdity.
A Philadelphia photography project transforms ad spaces with pictures of the working poor.
Graffiti artists have created words that seem to float several feet above the crooked roadways of a Brazilian favela.
Zipcar ranks U.S. cities on innovation, sustainability, and creativity.
The MTA just released new pictures, and they are quite post-apocalyptic.