What's to be done with all those empty lots during an economic downturn?
Can our industrial landscape be beautiful? Artist Eileen Wold seeks the answer.
The new Sustainable Sites Initiative wants you to think about the soil.
A new book captures our love affair with buildings.
Urban designers from around the globe look to forge a new curriculum for the profession.
When the new administration comes calling, will the design profession be ready?
Learning to sell sustainability through a new visual vernacular.
Field notes from the international symposium on urban design after the age of oil.
If you had five minutes, what would you say to your community?
The Sears Modern Home celebrates its 100th anniversary this year and it raises some questions about the modern prefab movement.
Conference notes from Social Studies: Educating Designers in a Connected World.
The Storefront for Art and Architecture took on old Washington. Now it's your turn...
Don Norman talks about his new book and the need for human-centered, sociable design.
What happens when 27 landscape architects come to a small town on Lake Michigan? Click here to find out.
27 landscape architects. 48 hours. A new master plan for a city in transition. Welcome to Xtreme LA.
In real estate, there can be a big difference between rendering and reality.
Design activism takes center stage in Denver.
Forget peak oil. What's peaking is the farm-to-table trend.
A new book documents the poster art coming out of Baltimore's music scene.
When building a sustainable city, food carts can be as valuable as infrastructure.