Tasso Katselas was prolific in his home city for the second half of the 20th century, but his work remains underappreciated.
The Supreme Court ruling that rescued the icon also opened the door for other, more controversial preservation cases.
Closing the sidewalk in front of the President’s home would mean demolishing the country’s most vital public forum—and another norm shattered by the Trump administration.
Kim Jong-un is transforming the Hermit State’s capital city into a pastel-hued “socialist fairyland.”
A new projected video art display on the 2.5 acre facade of theMART will bring light and color to the city’s skyline two hours a day, five days a week, 10 months a year.
After a horse race ad was projected onto the structure’s iconic roof earlier this week, protestors took to the streets in objection to the commodification of their beloved building.
In the eighth “Invisible Borders” road trip, a group of African artists and writers send dispatches from the continent’s cities and border towns.
The French capital, under Mayor Anne Hidalgo, could be a model for how cities can mitigate and plan for climate change. But change has not come easily.
What happens when you take the paint and neon out of the megacity? Pascal Greco’s stark photos reveal a harshly built environment.
Many descendants of the original Coconut Grove community own property in the neighborhood today, but development is a serious concern and a large part of the community is fighting to protect their homes.
Slab City, buried deep in the California desert, is a land of squatters, artists, and migrants—and few rules. In a new book, an architect and a photographer document “the last free place.”
A gathering of designers talk about the art of creating political brands in 2018.
An excerpt from Jeff Speck’s Walkable City Rules, a step-by-step guide to fixing America’s cities and towns.
An artist contemplates Mayan life in the face of a U.S. architectural icon that fails to truly represent it.
One of the architects behind the elevated park now has an ambitious, 6-day event that draws on music, immersive performance, and community engagement to convey one hour of life in the big city.
The innocence one might think World’s Fairs have lost in recent years depends on how much one believes they had to begin with.
The “father of postmodernism” had a seismic impact on architecture—and on me.
The final days of Foote Homes reflects the city’s inability to protect its public housing residents in the face of private redevelopment.
It wafts and weaves through the struggling industrial city, disproportionately affecting its public school students.
A biweekly tour of the ever-expanding cartographic landscape.
A new tower development in the city’s harbor has a clear inspiration from U.S. and Canadian cities. But is it right for low-rise Amsterdam?