Photographs of “Dirty Old 1970’s NYC” Then and Now: East Village, West Village, Chinatown, Greenwich Village, and Alphabet City
We revisit locations in lower Manhattan from the brilliant "Dirty Old 1970's New York City" Facebook page and take photographs to see how these locations have changed over the course of four decades.
Looking at Urban Reviewer, an interactive map by 596 Acres of New York City's master urban renewal plans that goes back to 1953.
The Beaugrenelle shopping center in Paris replaced a Brutalist mall from the '70s with an eco-friendly mall topped by a green roof.
What Lies Beneath: the Design Trust for Public Space Seeks to Transform the Spaces Under NYC’s Elevated Infrastructure
The Design Trust for Public Space is looking to transform New York City's forgotten underpasses into valuable public space, like the archway in Dumbo.
In 1950, two Chinese architects proposed a radical alternative to the Socialist re-planning of Beijing, but it was never realized.
Part of the Biennial of the Americas, "The Hotel Rehearsal," an installation by Alexander Schweder, questions urban development using a mobile, inflatable "hotel room".
As protesters from Willets Point demand more from the city in the redevelopment of the neighborhood, a look at the area's past and future.
Brooklyn Flea Philly launched last Sunday at the Piazza at Schmidt’s in Philadelphia’s new up-and-coming neighborhood of Northern Liberties, aka
The Center for Architecture shares plans for Hudson Yards, a neighborhood planned by developers with commerce in mind.
Labelled the future of urban planning today in dense urban centers like Zhuzhou, China, Cromford Court in Manchester saw rooftop houses on top of the Arndale Centre as early as 1981.