Jessy Lanza’s music videos embrace the genericness of her Rust Belt hometown.
Scientists were surprised to find that this smart and solitary species had built a cephalopod city. Why?
The Obama Presidential Center is poised to transform Chicago’s Jackson Park, as well as its surrounding neighborhoods. But residents want a binding community benefits agreement
One tiny DIY parklet became a model for reclaiming streets around the world.
Tickets, patches, maps, and timetables: a new book presents 150 years of Helvetica-heavy subway artifacts.
Poor planning didn’t just aggravate the area’s housing problem: It helped create the Valley’s growing empathy gap.
In cities around the world, harried urbanites look to the suburbs for more space or a nicer house for their money. But in South Korea, the city apartment is still the dream.
Thanks to some tricky editing, the Canadian dream pop band Alvvays gets a gig at the legendary World’s Fair
In her latest project, Svea Josephy uses blueprints to explore a city’s spaces.
Eric Bunge of nARCHITECTS on how to make modular homes, waterfronts, and medical campuses work for today’s cities.
A next-generation mountain town in Utah is following the long American tradition of turning to design to change the world.
In a 1973 documentary, the then-35-year-old architect muses over how to build in Jerusalem without sacrificing its heritage.
Neither catastrophic nor beloved, the post-war regeneration of Allegheny Center has quietly gone stale in recent years. Today, it’s getting a much needed facelift.
Who knew transit timetables could be so zen?
Architecture professors chime in on the best buildings and parks lost to the wrecking ball.
The state transportation department is “full of real, genuine people,” says its spokeswoman, who just happen to be “not that great at art.”
To minimize the likelihood of its cities flooding, America could take a few tips from Holland.
How cities, counties, and local governments can stop their streets from becoming battlegrounds.
A morning roundup of the day’s news.
A Brutalist complex meant to represent progressive government through ambitious design is no longer. What happened to Paul Rudolph’s Orange County Government Center?
A weekend-long experiment in Barberton, Ohio, showed residents how they can benefit from human-centered urban design.