Don’t snub building codes. These jargony construction standards shape the man-made world around us.
“Memory towns” promise to provide an aging population with dementia therapy and the accessible spaces of a bygone era.
A change to the urban skyline that could make a big dent in carbon emissions.
Can a faux 1950s downtown sharpen the minds of dementia patients?
As long as many white people choose to move out of suburbs as they diversify, one law professor argues, residential segregation will remain common.
“When the water is there, everything is kind of suspended.”
Cornell is building one of the greenest high-rises in the world.
Twelve years after work began on a $2 billion entertainment complex in New Jersey, is another giant mall still an appealing vision?