American architects attempt a European-style piazza in the Pacific Northwest.
Vancouver, British Columbia, hatches a program that brings food cultivation into town.
A Portland-based competition announces the winning proposals that promote high-density housing.
As North Americans demonstrate their desire to pedal to work, bike manufacturers take inspiration from the Netherlands.
There is a movement afoot to create recreational spaces that better serve our cities and our children.
A traveling exhibit promotes the beauty of the wind turbine and the importance of green energy sources.
An innovative shared-space design is taking shape in the city’s developing South Lake Union neighborhood.
This year, 15 million tourists will visit the historic city of Venice. The vast majority will trod a well-worn path over the Rialto Bridge to St. Marks Square, ride in a gondola, and dine at an overpriced trattoria. But while enjoying this traditional view of Venice, what these visitors won’t see is the city’s modern realities. They won’t meet locals,…