A controversial bill before the state legislature would preempt cities’ rights to prevent new affordable housing.
Hollywood’s new wunderkind cinematographer took time out of his schedule filming Arrival and Star Wars to visit and interpret the photography of Pittsburgh’s legendary Charles “Teenie” Harris.
Architect Moshe Safdie talks about his most celebrated project and how it still influences housing today.
And could a golden era for urban design lead to the automation of landscape architects?
After the attack on London Bridge, a campaign envisions an alternative to concrete barriers that would protect pedestrians and memorialize victims at the same time.
Photographer Richard Silver bends the vaulted ceilings of churches into surreal, dazzling designs.
Residents of Grenfell Tower could be indirect victims of the city’s approach to “affordable” housing.
Don’t forget to visit the gift shop!
In response to rising tides, the city will give its river some much-needed space to breathe.
Long before America had a distinct sense of buildings as corporate branding, rail lines were busy laying the very track of the idea.
The city’s bike bandits like attacking racks—but this one fights back.
A groundbreaking architectural competition returns to Paris. Are its critics right to fear another fiasco?
How the built environment of the security state reflects the anxieties of the modern age.
For all his criticisms, America’s most celebrated architect wasn’t intrinsically opposed to cities. Instead, he urged us to examine what they had become and recognize that none of their failures were inevitable.
In honor of the architect’s 150th birthday, here are his best buildings that are in or near cities and open to the public.
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.