For many years, retailers resisted the architecture of street-facing storefronts, but necessity is the mother of flexibility.
Review of City on a Hill: Urban Idealism in America from the Puritans to the Present, by Alex Krieger, Harvard University Press, 2019.
The year’s awards will celebrate design that takes New Urbanism to the next level and inspires a new generation of urbanists.
To understand architecture and design buildings successfully, we need to acknowledge core human tendencies that secured our survival.
New York is a great city that breaks many rules of urban planning. Here's what its imperfections can teach us about city building.
This missing middle housing type is a highly adaptable tool for developers and builders in many locations.
Prairie Queen is a re-imagining of a suburban apartment complex in the form of a walkable neighborhood.
A vision for a brownfield in Hong Kong could be one answer to its housing shortage.
Score one for historic preservation when a canal in use for two millennia was saved from being filled in to create a road and instead planned as a unique public space.
A "pop up" park has evolved into a major downtown Detroit square that is anchoring a neighborhood revitalization.
Plan Viva Laredo is making an immediate impact on Laredo, as streets are retrofitted for multimodal transportation and developers are encouraged to use new urban principles.
A new vision for Chicago's grandest boulevard connects two neighborhoods and provides a setting for 4,200 new housing units.