Our interview with Kim Herforth Nielsen, founder and creative director of trailblazing Danish architects 3xN.
The United Nations just unveiled a concept for a floating city that can hold around 10,000 residents.
Discovering one of the fastest growing branches of transport.
Our interview with architect Peter Fisher of Bennetts Associates on the combination of beauty, sustainability and technology.
The first Forest City of the world will host 30,000 people.
As tackling climate change and our dependence on fossils fuels becomes more urgent than ever, city planners are turning the bicycle as a healthy, environmentally-friendly mode of transport.
Gregor Sailor takes us to city replicas and fake towns in the US, China and elsewhere.
How can we make cities more eco-sustainable?
Thomas Heatherwick reflects on cityscape architecture and how it should “lift up and nourish” urban living.
Some of the novel growing techniques now being pioneered by London’s urban farmers.
City-dwellers the world over are feeling the pinch but why are some places so prohibitively expensive by comparison?