Results for Athens New York is known for a lot of things—taxis, bagels, Central Park, the subway—but it is not
Some of the most exciting cities are those that have their own unique aesthetic. Photographer Marc Provins shows us his favorite spots in this visual tour.
Though it has been neglected in past years, Boston's waterfront is developing into the hottest new neighborhood for food, art and nightlife.
On a recent trip to La Paz, Bolivia, arts editor Laura Itzkowitz discovered some architecture that looked like it had been airlifted out of Paris and uncovered some little-known history about the man who designed the Eiffel Tower.
A modest update to Piazza San Silvestro makes a major change in the use of public space in Rome's historic center.
An architectural history of Tel Aviv. We look at its development from sand dunes, to Bauhaus, to skyscrapers.
Untapped Cities is pleased to announce its partnership with Gehl Architects for a series of collaborative posts on how data is reshaping the way cities are designed.
The first in a series of articles that look at Israel's diverse architecture and take the pulse of its built environment.
A graffiti tour of Buenos Aires with the organization Graffiti Mundo.
Though not generally known, street art was legalized in Rio de Janeiro in 2009. This article explores the unique relationship that has developed between street artists and building owners, the development of community around street art and how the urban fabric of the city has contributed to the flourishing street art scene.