"We have moved away from the systems nature has provided to us, it's time we move back," says Ooze cofounder Eva Pfannes.
Once the center of controversy, El Equipo Mazzanti’s innovative Bicentenario Park restitches two divided districts in the Colombian city's historic core.
American cities are in the midst of an urban renaissance, pursuing design, sustainability, and social good. Here are five people helping architects and designers to make our cities better.
Water Pore Partnership is not only bringing beautiful water infrastructure to cities, but using these systems as tools for public engagement and awareness.
With the continuing evolution of both electric and driverless car technologies, might we be in store for a new golden age of “roadside” architecture and infrastructural design?
By banishing infrastructure facilities from sight, we avoid an important conversation about their potential—both functionally and aesthetically.
Dream Big, in theaters tomorrow, highlights the human ingenuity that brought us some of the world’s greatest structures, including the Great Wall of China and the world’s tallest skyscrapers.
Architect Andreas Vogler has designed a high-tech double-decker train for British Rail's existing lines.
We ask the landscape architect how she feels now the master plan for Los Angeles' River Revitalization, a "life's work," has been handed over to Gehry + Partners.
Twin volumes from MIT's Center for Advanced Urbanism explore the cultural implications of infrastructure.
Instead of draining a wetland to help build a city, AECOM is filling and restoring one.
A study by the Design Trust for Public Space and the Department of Transportation suggests ways to reclaim 7,000 miles in U.S. cities for public use.
The award-winning lighting designer James Benya argues that to truly leverage sustainable technologies, we should rethink our electricity system as a whole.
The project's backers hope that the river-spanning park will be the city's next great landmark.
The Chinese urban model has landed in cities across Africa, says Dutch research studio Go West Project.
Simple technologies integrated into city streets can make a world of difference.
Seven visionary teams reimagine the urban experience
While New Orleans continues to debate the fate of I-10, local design students propose solutions.
During week two of the teen design charette for Washington DC’s 11th Street recreational bridge, students learned the history of the project and began sketching/modeling.
In 2010, according to the Living Planet Report, 3,500 million people lived in urban areas and estimates project a doubling of that number, to 6,300 million people by 2050. In Mexico, an alarming growth is taking place in our major…