The iconic home designs that define cities.
Inside the urban comeback of the 1980s and ’90s.
Where the water meets the city.
Personal essays about the power of maps in shaping our lives.
Founded by Walter Gropius in Germany in 1919, the Bauhaus art school influenced modern design and architecture—shaping our homes and our cities to this day.
CityLab University is a resource for understanding some of the most important concepts related to cities and urban policy.
Where do we make connections in the new world order?
Raising tiny humans in the city.
This project is supported by funding from the Bernard van Leer Foundation.
Documenting a movement across the Atlanta region to form new cities.
CityLab shares its favorite videos—old and new, serious and nutty—that tell a story about place.
The human side of South Korea’s high-technology society
What becomes of new digital information.
This project is supported by funding from Esri.
Urban America After MLK
Stories about growing up in the 21st century city.
This project is supported by funding from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
Exploring collaborations between local government and business.
This project is supported by funding from Mastercard.
In partnership with Climate Desk, CityLab is looking at problems, solutions, and lessons learned.
Coverage from the annual convening for urban leaders.