Iconographic Architecture: The Unique Style of MVRDV
Rotterdam's MVRDV, a team of 50 architects, has a sustainable vision for the future with stunning distinctive designs that seek to make cities more livable.
Lofty Living: 11 Modern Additions to Urban Rooftops
Adding living space, offices and restaurants to rooftops around the world, these 11 additions are unapologetically modern, taking loft living to new heights.
Then & Now: The Stunning Speed of Urban Development
Cities can sprout from a swath of desert to a bustling metropolis in the blink of an eye - just look at these before and after images of Dubai, Shenzhen & more.
Remembered Spaces: Abandoned Buildings Transformed Into Art
When buildings are abandoned, they are often demolished and their parts sent to a landfill. One artist dismantles them piece by piece and preserves them in art.
Locks of Love: Urban Padlock Monuments to Commitment
In cities around the world, couples are symbolically sealing their relationships by locking their affection in public spaces and throwing away the keys.
Now and When: The Radical Future of Urban Australia
What does the future of Australian cities hold? These futuristic concepts envision a radically different tomorrow for Australia and the world.
Futuretecture: From Sea Cities to Space Colonies
What will cities look like in the future? Will we begin to colonize space? These 8 fantastical ideas might be the beginning of the architecture of the future.
Amazing Architecture: 15 (More!) World's Weirdest Buildings
Architecture shouldn't send you on a one-way-trip to snooze-ville. These designs prove that there are infinite ways to pack buildings with extra personality!
Steampunk Futuristic Cities: Homes and Factories
The retro-futuristic architecture art of David Trautrimas makes something completely new of common household items: cool residential and industrial buildings.
Abandonment In Action: 8 Cities That Might Not Make It
We've seen what our deserted towns and lost cities look like when people move out and nature moves in - but why does abandonment happen?