Ignore the futuristic visions of governments and developers, it’s humble urban communities who lead the
Before the industrial age, people shopped for food in their local areas – often in
As more and more machines are entrusted with managing city infrastructure systems, the prospect of
The LINQ, a new outdoor shopping district in Vegas, is betting on the profitability of
On the brick wall of a building beside the River Elbe in Hamburg, Germany, a
With apologies to real estate agents, we’d like to say that the three most important
The Industrial Revolution brought about many changes and ushered in a period of growth in
The Australian city is using trees and water to fight the urban heat island effect.
L.A. is the only one of America’s 10 largest cities where street vending is illegal.
Chicagoisms, at the art institute, explores the city’s progressive urban design and enlists architects’ riffs
Turn on the tap and you’re getting water and energy for the price of one.
The social computing group wants to initiate social change via data visualisation at the rate
Urbanisation makes cities a main focus for environmental policy. Digital technology and innovation will enable
Hamburg’s plan to hide its highway underground and cover it with green space will reconnect
As America grew in the late 19th century, so did mapmaking—and Chicago was at the
One of the first thoughts Danna Masad had about the importance of architecture occurred to
It lets you see exactly how much of the city you can reach in a
New York’s Vision Zero campaign turns one this month. In the year since Mayor Bill
Urbanists obsess over the Austrian capital city and for good reason: It’s beautiful, has affordable
Dublin is a city of stories and secrets but for the author and historian exploring
Swedish cab firm Taxi Stockholm has launched Taxi Trails, a new website for tourists that
The Swedish city debuted its buoyant pocket park as a way to promote urban farming.
The Danish capital is using a network of LEDs to do everything from direct cyclists