A designer who spent his youth floating on rafts has conjured up a delightful transit guide to America’s waterways.
On the outskirts of New York City, a new housing model aimed at Millennials asks: What is city living?
As the technology firm plans to build a village in Silicon Valley, history suggests what can sustain a company town long after its founders are gone.
An interview with Alex Bozikovic, architecture critic and co-author of a guide to the city’s expansive building stock.
What better place for a giant statue of E. coli?
In her new book, Sarah Williams Goldhagen presents scientific evidence for why some buildings delight us and others—too many of them—disappoint.
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Thyssenkrupp’s design travels horizontally and diagonally, in addition to up and down, freeing up square footage that would otherwise be commandeered for a shaft. But is it a whole new mode of transit?
One former dog-walker has set out to map the city’s varying degrees of doggy density.
How do you future-proof railway stations, metro hubs, and bus terminals? Urban planner Caroline Bos has a few pointers.
At the time of its redevelopment, contemporary design was believed to bring out the best of this historic Philadelphia neighborhood. It’s aged quite well.
Gordon Bunshaft was a singular force behind Modernist architecture in America. Now his greatest gift to his hometown may be at risk.
Conservatives have long opposed Modernism, but in the video age, avant-garde buildings can become potent symbols in the hands of groups like Infowars and the NRA.
Opening this fall, the second edition of North America’s biggest architecture event will focus on design history and the power of the image.
Providing decent shelter for people experiencing homelessness is both a political and practical challenge.
The famously clean Austrian city boasts one of the world’s most innovative waste processing systems.
The Pentagon thinks better designed, more walkable bases can help curb obesity and improve troops’ fitness.
Landscape architect and reSITE founder Martin Barry talks about how the decisions of the past can haunt the city makers of today.
They make security cameras take your picture and cry for help if somebody is stealing your bike.
Here’s a DIY guide to livening up your bus stop with the world’s most-beloved puzzle.