The designers behind Plus Pool are looking to win people over. This new short film may just help.
The newly reopened museum, one of France’s great art institutions, unites four centuries of architectural history.
A master plan by Gensler and U.S.-based design firm Dror will reintegrate Istanbul's waterfront within the ancient city's urban fabric for the first time in centuries.
A report produced by WRNS Studio, edited and excerpted here, suggests how work culture could and should influence the fabric of our cities.
Times Square's latest redesign is uncluttered, clean, and features versatile new furniture, courtesy of a collaboration between Snøhetta and Vestre.
We need to hold Trump accountable to the legal standards for public space in New York City—starting at the sad public spaces within Trump Tower itself.
The world of architecture and design had its fair share of challenges and bright spots.
This has been a great year for parks in America—but is this new generation of High Line-inspired parks embedding social injustice into our cities?
Kjetil Trædal Thorsen, the cofounder of Snøhetta, argues architects must begin considering indoor space as just as public as outdoor space.
WATERSHED, a large-scale public art projection, is raising awareness about global warming. It arrives in New York City this fall.
Design has the potential to shape the memories of millions.
Concerns for locally sourced food and community building come together in the Grand Rapids Downtown Market in West Michigan.
New wind turbines installed on the monument's structure promise to take Paris's beloved landmark off the grid.
Paris’s historic center for dissent, Place de la République, gets an expansion and an update.
In advance of his DesignPhiladelphia talk, we chat with the social entrepreneur about his continued commitment to community design.
The Norwegian architects on how they're transforming public spaces into "platforms for living"
The landscape architect has spent nearly two decades helping transform a mammoth drainage canal into a true urban amenity.
Nearly a decade in the making, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights opens its doors.
Urban citizens get a break in tiny public parks
As cities become nature-friendly, green spaces sprout everywhere