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.
The pint-sized faux villages that dot America aren’t just cute—they’ve helped teach children pedestrian and bike safety since the 1930s.
A new plan aims to fill in some of the Barbican Estate’s loftier spaces and alter the original footprint. Will the integrity of the historic complex be at risk?
After the Virginia Beach shooting, cities struggle with providing security for municipal employees while still welcoming the public they serve.
Over the last five years, NYC Parks has very gradually introduced a new brand identity, including streamlined signs visible at most parks today.
Three supertall New York City skyscrapers reveal just how creative lawyers can be in gaming the city’s zoning codes.
Seemingly replaced by vinyl-printed ads since the early 2000s, artists who can paint advertisements by hand are making a comeback.
Fifty years ago, a Scottish landscape architect revolutionized how designers and planners think about ecology. His legacy matters now more than ever.
As this 1958 Charles and Ray Eames film shows, Dulles was truly designed for modern air travel.
The startup Starcity plans to build an 800-unit, 18-story “dorm for adults” to help affordably house Silicon Valley’s booming workforce.
Premier Doug Ford wants to see Ontario Place redeveloped. A preservation battle over the vital piece of Canada’s postwar architectural history is looming.
It’s now a fantasy-steeped hotel honoring the airport design of a bygone era, but the TWA Flight Center at New York’s JFK Airport was never quite real.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s 2019 list of imperiled buildings, neighborhoods, and districts reveals the threats that older places face.
New research has kicked off a war of words among urban scholars over the push for upzoning to increase cities’ housing supply.
“I would love to model all of Wright's work, but it is immense,” says architect David Romero. “I do not know if during all my life I will have time.”
The most famous space in the city is set to get a pedestrian-friendly redesign that will create the city’s largest garden by 2024.