As the planet gets hotter, many of us will sweat through record temperatures in buildings that aren’t designed to cool down. New technologies will help.
What was once the biggest landfill in the world is on track to become a park three times the size of Central Park.
It could help with housing affordability, too.
We examine the prize-winning proposals awarded, "Outstanding ideas for vertical living."
Electric cars seem like the perfect solution to reducing smog and our dependence on oil, except for one thing: Batteries just aren't all that great.
It's called Journal Squared, and it's pretty dang tall.
And not just metaphorically, either.
A top sci-fi writer and a respected engineer's effort to build the world's largest structure has hit a 310 mile per hour snag.
It's not often that ancient Chinese texts about divining the future and social media meet.
The designers behind the High Line want to turn New York's train dungeon into an urban sponge.
2013 Pritzker Prize winner Toyo Ito began his career with luminous and transparent houses in his native Japan. But a sports stadium put him on the map.