What it’s Like to Be a Woman Working in Construction
Solid union wages are a big draw—and a great equalizer—but being the only woman on a 500-person crew comes with its own set of challenges.
Inside the Construction Industry’s Substance Abuse Problem
A rehab centre in Sydney's inner west is helping tradies come to terms with mental health and addiction.
Over 15,000 People In Australia Live In Slave-Like Conditions
The rates are three times what was previously thought.
Meet the Women Building Bali's Luxury 'Paradise' for Dollars a Day
The island's tourism boom continues to draw construction workers from across Indonesia—many of them women who work backbreaking days in the tropical sun for less pay than their male counterparts.
Photographing the Perilous Lives of Cambodia’s High Rise Construction Workers
Some work 11 storeys high without safety harnesses, wearing flip flops. Every month, there's another story of someone falling to their death.
This Makeover Artist Dismantles Traditional Constructs of Beauty
Unlike other artworks, the cosmetic creations are inherently ephemeral.
Sailing a Real-Life Viking Ship Across the Atlantic Is Still Hard Work
We talked to the shipbuilder and the captain of the Draken Harald Hårfagre.
An Architect Built a Mysterious Dreamland Inside a House
Surely no cluttered attic has ever looked as strange and beautiful as Dennis Maher’s ‘A Second Home’ installation.
Photos of Disappearing Doha
New Zealand photographer Bas Van Est's eerie photographs capture the old city crumbling in the face of relentless development .
Bas Van Est
Aerial Camera Falls at Rio's Olympic Park, Injuring Two Women
There hasn't been any word on how or why the cables holding the camera broke.
The Greatest Things Of All Time
How Beautiful Is Whatever Frank Ocean Building About to Be?
Have you ever seen a sunset that moved you to tears? Imagine that.
The Uglier Side of Portugal's Dreamy Beaches
Photographer Diogo Andrade documented what happens to summer dream destinations when you build first and think later.