Photographer Richard Silver bends the vaulted ceilings of churches into surreal, dazzling designs.
Grassroots organizations help families make “memory tiles,” recollections of the thousands who vanished under the last Argentinian dictatorship.
These institutions need to adapt to 21st-century environmental thought.
Pricey downtown real estate and safety concerns are among the factors.
Activists in Buenos Aires seek to improve conditions by including marginalized neighborhoods on official maps.
For 20 years, members of Ballet 40/90 have entertained audiences in Argentina’s capital, rediscovering a passion many assumed they had outgrown.
Officials in Argentina, and beyond, are finally taking catcalls more seriously.
The media project Mundo Villa chronicles life good and bad in the informal settlements of Buenos Aires.
Broadcast from inside a mental hospital, Buenos Aires' Radio La Colifata challenges preconceptions about mental illness.
This ultralight bike is designed to cut pollution and slice through traffic jams.
Normally buzzing Buenos Aires ground to a halt Wednesday to watch Argentina compete in the World Cup.
A bus-rapid transit success story.
This artist takes pictures of ladies on public transit, without their knowledge, and posts them online. Why?
A clever rack illustrates the efficiency of cycles.
North American cities are producing substantially less wealth per ton of greenhouse gas emissions than their European counterparts.
In Buenos Aires, thousands of informal workers are ready to take on the task of improving the city's trash woes, if only the government would let them.
At least six people were killed.
The light of urban development seen from space can tell us much about the shape of the world's economy.
Can the Porta-Potty experience be improved with bass-thumping soundtracks?
And other lessons in urbanism from the South American capital.