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Inflatable architecture, which was wildly popular in the 1960s and ’70s, is back
Photographing the zones of contact between the multilevel metropolis and the mountain.
Modern homes have adapted to the age of smart home technology to make our lives easier and better
Our cities are increasingly beset by a lack of affordable housing, inequality, lagging infrastructure – the list goes on.
What if a city allowed a huge regeneration project to be led, not by the wealthiest property developer, but by the club owners who put on the best parties in town? With the opening of Holzmarkt, Berlin is about to find out
Infrastructure can be powerful propaganda even when it isn't built, and it takes fortitude not to be fooled into thinking a barrier is inevitable.
Tom Dyckhoff looks at the impetus behind the modern era’s frantic desire to erect eye-catching buildings
Michael Ford is transforming a majority white field one child at a time...
The neoclassical country piles designed by Quinlan Terry and his son Francis are adored by the royals and multimillionaires. Now Francis is striking out on his own
Walking along a quiet Tokyo lane lined with low-key apartments, I suddenly spot a sight as surreal as it is unexpected
One of the best ways to decorate a home on a budget is to spend time at yard sales, flea markets, and checking online ads for pieces that people are willing to part with
Times Square celebrated the completion of its six-year transformation from a congested thoroughfare into a European-style piazza.
Countries across Africa gained independence in the 1950s through to the 1970s and They celebrated this by asserting their identities in avant-garde architecture
From the Guggenheim in Bilbao to the Angel of the North to Zaha Hadid’s Glasgow Riverside Museum, jaw-dropping architecture and public art has almost magical powers ...
Kit homes have come a long way in the last five years. What was once a niche project for the professional DIY-er is becoming more accessible every day.
More than ever, urbanites share a common affiliation, whether they are in Idaho or Massachusetts, whether they’ve built up earthly treasures or scrape by on minimum wage
Critical infrastructure has received much attention in recent years. The reasons include concerns about exposure to terrorist attack ...
New drawings of the relation between residential density and voting behavior

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