Thessaloniki’s New Waterfront is the centerpiece in an effort to transform the local economy, and other cities are taking notice.
Photographing strip-club exteriors from Miami to L.A. for his series “Gentlemen’s Club,” François Prost found pink stucco, flashy signs—and lots of parking.
London’s newest destination, on North Greenwich Peninsula, shows why it’s time to stop copying New York City’s High Line.
The lead architect of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, among many other important cultural buildings, has died at 66.
Eight Wright buildings, located around the country, are the first American works of modern architecture that UNESCO deems “of outstanding universal value.”
Exploring density by the square kilometer reveals as much variation within cities as between them—and shows that raw statistics can be deceptive.
A new exhibition looks back at the period of grand urban design and social reform in New York City, Boston, and Chicago.
Skender believes it can shave time and costs off the standard construction process, resulting in more affordable housing.
Built in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, shikumen houses are barely holding on in the modern megacity.
Now that office walls have come down, workers are ducking into closet-sized “pods” for privacy and quiet. Is this a retreat from the open office or the next phase of it?
She Built NYC, a project to rectify the gender imbalance in NYC’s monuments, is only one project of the city’s women-focused portal Women.NYC.
The French capital is rolling out its new heat emergency procedures as Europe boils in a record-breaking heat wave.
Michael Graves’s famous Portland Building is undergoing a renovation so extensive, it may be de-listed from the National Register of Historic Places.
The vision of the technology-powered metropolis of the future is being sold with images that bear little resemblance to the real world.
A conversation with the trio of authors behind a new book about the Steel City’s mid-20th-century transformation.
Google sibling company Sidewalk Labs has revealed its master plan for the controversial Quayside waterfront development—and it’s a lot bigger.
The New York Botanical Garden pulls out all the stops for its new exhibit on Modernist garden designer Roberto Burle Marx.
Pollinators—the wildlife that shuffle pollen between flowers—are being decimated. But they may still thrive with enough help from urban humans.
The chain-link fences are finally down at Boston’s long-closed Government Services Center, thanks to some clever design updates.
The city plans to fill some small but treasured sites with trees—a climate strategy that may also change the way Paris frames its architectural heritage.