'Frasurbane' Is the New 90s Decor Trend Based on... the Show 'Frasier'?
The aesthetic means steeping yourself in beige, espresso, serif fonts, and the glory years of post-grunge Gen X.
Millions of People's Location Data Revealed a 'Universal' Pattern In Study
A team modeled recurring visits to various city locations using billions of mobile phone datapoints across four continents.
The People the Suburbs Were Built for Are Gone
A new book documents the “retrofitting” of obsolete suburban malls, box stores, office parks, parking lots, motels, and more.
Indian Doctors Tell Us About the Times They Were Threatened and Abused
“There were days when the birth of a girl child would lead to verbal abuse because the patients’ family would say that just because a female doctor had conducted the procedure, it was a girl child.”
Our Cities Are Designed for Loneliness
Our built environment is not working in our favor. Urban planners want to change that.
Photos From the Tiniest Tiny Homes in Hong Kong
For the disadvantaged, apartments can be literally the size of a coffin.
The Families Forced to Live in Cairo's Cemeteries
As a result of the city's housing crisis, around 1 million people are living in grave sites – and some have been there for decades.
Hidden Cities: Singapore
Singaporean Mark Ong shows us why his hometown is an underrated art and fashion hub.
Hidden Cities: Kuala Lumpur
Graffiti artist Asmoe is turning Kuala Lumpur's forgotten walls into stunning works of art
Claustrophobic Photos of Urban Existence
Photographer Christian Delfino Captures our Hive-like World
Tell Us What You Want the Future of Your City to Look Like
Motherboard is partnering with Smart Cities NYC 17 to cover the people shaping our urban environments of today and tomorrow.
Ian Ferguson Re-Imagines Brooklyn as a Gothic Fairy Tale
Intricate black-and-white prints depict line-drawn people in opposing settings.