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The statistics are staggering: Researchers predict that by 2025, the world will have 37 megacities, defined as urban areas with more than 10 million people
Not far from the Brandenburg Gate, Potsdamer Platz was a no man’s land during the Cold War. Then the Berlin Wall fell, and the German authorities made it a petting zoo for celebrity architecture.
Graveyard enthusiasts, known as taphophiles, have been promoting the cultural and other aspects of cemeteries at a time when many of the institutions are running out of space ....
Affan Chowdhry is joined by Lloyd Alter from Ryerson's School of Interior Design to discuss long-term downsides of building condo's based on walls of glass
The new Sandy Hook Elementary School, designed by Connecticut-based Svigalis + Partners, is slated to open in 2016.
What are the best British buildings of the last century? And do the critics’ favourites match those of the people?
The Dongdaemun Design Plaza acts as the connective tissue between facilities like event spaces and galleries, a public park ...
Architect Ben Pell remembers precisely when his two kids started building pillow forts, and it began with their Lego obsession ...
There are some stalled projects in the City – most visibly the one-time Helter Skelter, now being built as a simpler structure ...
Manhattan’s limited housing market is scary enough, and as most know, the three rules of buying real estate is location, location, location
Every autumn, millions of Americans flock to haunted houses, happily willing to pay $20 or $30 to get petrified out of their wits
From the perfectly symmetrical arches to the intricate mosaics and vivid stained glasswork, Iranian architecture is a sight to behold — and to photograph!
A mini-city is being built in Britain with its own airport, hospital, police station, newspaper and currency.
Sweden’s most northerly town is being relocated to avoid being swallowed up by the world’s largest iron-ore mine
Right now, in the town of ‘s-Hertogenbosch in The Netherlands, there are five giant plastic eyeballs hanging off buildings
Chinese president Xi Jinping wants to put a stop to China’s bizarre building syndrome. Here are the most outlandish oddities that have appeared so far
“Come over and join us!” said the group of Detroiters at the end of the ballroom, hoisting their wineglasses. “We’re talking about billionaires who wreck cities!”
Six years ago the then-mayor launched an ambitious plan to reconstruct the lost walls, watchtowers and Ming-style homes of the city – resettling tens of thousands of residents and transforming Datong into a tourist site.

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