If the Roman Empire had managed build a continents-spanning transit system for its empire, it might have looked like this.
Hidden behind the industry on its banks, Willamette Falls has long been out of reach. A $25 million river walk will soon change that.
Is there a way to prevent it?
We should liberalize our notion of what constitutes an acceptable reuse strategy for grand-dame civic buildings.
It doesn’t make sense to keep funding toxic cleanup efforts while simultaneously loosening regulations.
A roundup of city-focused events around the world. This month: sustainable transport, architectural film, a gathering of mayors, and Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th.
In a new exhibition, Alejandro Campins and José Yaque capture the energy of the city’s past while exploring its future.
Instead of deploying urban sensors as instruments of surveillance for technocrats, what if vulnerable communities controlled the gear—and the data?
For better and for worse, Hadid was the world’s first female starchitect.
Author Mark Pendergrast on why a 22-mile path around the famously sprawling city could be a game changer.
To spark conversation on ever-more connected cities, designers have visualized the acoustic artifacts of Stanford’s fiber-optic wires.
Statistician John P. Wymer set out to document every inch of the city in 1948. Now a young historian is trying to get his work online.
The Helicoide was going to be the world’s first drive-through mall. Now it is a prison that former inmates describe as hellish.
“It makes me laugh every time,” says a Brooklyn cyclist who uses an assault-grade bike horn.
The 79-year-old architect discusses how openness in architecture makes for safer, happier places.
Officials in Latvia’s capital keep saying there’s no room for dedicated lanes. Cycling activists just showed them how it’s done.
A flash competition in New York City asks designers to come up with way to make protests stand out as they become more frequent.
In the 1930s, the U.K. built a massive network of state-of-the-art bike trails. Now the challenge is to revive them.