Articles


The Atlantic Cities
September 6, 2013
Economists agree: the Olympics are bad for cities. There's an obvious solution.
Next City
July 9, 2013
The cities of the world have a communication problem, and Richard Saul Wurman wants to solve it.
Discover
May 28, 2013
Electrode implants have already helped one paralysis patient get on his feet again. Is walking the next step?
Next City
May 9, 2013
The Salton Sea, Southern California’s accidental oasis-turned-environmental tragedy, is the kind of disaster for which 20th-century U.S. policymakers only have themselves to thank.
Architect
May 6, 2013
Design and data are at the center of a Georgia Tech Ph.D. program.
The Atlantic Cities
April 16, 2013
An estimated 2 million Beijingers live in underground bomb shelters. But for many it's better than the 'burbs.
Next City
March 4, 2013
How a City Got Its River Back
Metropolis
February 6, 2013
Data is becoming the designer’s new best friend. Urban designers, architects, and landscape architects – whether they’ve realized it yet, or not – will soon be integrating massive sets of data into every design they do.
Ensia
January 29, 2013
When urban infrastructure meets nature’s designers, amazing things can happen
Discover
January 21, 2013
The therapy that may one day allow paraplegics to walk.