While the Philadelphia Museum of Art undergoes some serious construction, a design firm has come up with a beautifully clever solution to hide it: a 450-foot wall decorated with replicated works.
This new online resource showcases how communities across the country have successfully mitigated the effects of extreme weather by relying on green infrastructure.
In a new collaboration, the tech giant is sniffing out emissions in a handful of American cities.
Women workers in some U.S. states might not achieve wage equality until the 22nd century, new research suggests.
This photographer embarked on a quest to commemorate the human sides of 22 bustling cities.
The archeologist and author Brenna Hassett explains how cities shaped our skeletons.
A Toronto design competition invites an unlikely urban activity—going to the beach during the chilly off-season.
A new working paper examines how poor U.S. families make tough decisions about stretching limited food.
A design challenge asked architects, book enthusiasts, and doodlers to rethink the little free library.
A photographer explores the emotional connections of mementos that change hands at Dallas estate sales.
A new proposal hopes to repurpose USPS infrastructure to help fight food insecurity in L.A.
The vegan patty is now in restaurants in three U.S. cities, and it could be the next step in nudging die-hard meat fans toward more sustainable fare.
A new photography book visualizes what those 19th-century routes look like today.
In five minutes, mRelief helps users learn whether they qualify, and how to claim benefits.
A startup debuted a bracelet to protect newborns from hypothermia.