Urban Design

A Slim Spire Rises in Mexico City
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A Slim Spire Rises in Mexico City

Carlos Marin’s Rodin 33 stands tall on just over 2,300 square feet. More

Industrial Style Meets Ecological Beauty in Paris
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Industrial Style Meets Ecological Beauty in Paris

Atelier du Pont development is part of a new, sustainable French community. More

Floor Plan Solutions to Save Space and Cost
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Floor Plan Solutions to Save Space and Cost

Architects, developers share ways to make small units more efficiently. More

The Town Center Regains Significance
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The Town Center Regains Significance

The New York Times's Keith Schneider examines how city planning has changed. More

2 Brooklyn Blocks to Become 1-Million-Square-Foot Development
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2 Brooklyn Blocks to Become 1-Million-Square-Foot Development

ODA New York is transforming a former brewery into a “city within a city.” More

Manhattan Tower Raises the Bar for Luxury Urban Living With Sky-High Backyards
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Manhattan Tower Raises the Bar for Luxury Urban Living With Sky-High Backyards

ODA New York adds suburban charm to city living with its latest project, a... More

Alphabet Plans to Build a ‘Smart’ City
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Alphabet Plans to Build a ‘Smart’ City

Google parent Alphabet has legions of Web developers. Soon it might be in need of... More

$3.5 Billion Philadelphia Urban Development Plan Unveiled
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$3.5 Billion Philadelphia Urban Development Plan Unveiled

Drexel University and Brandywine Realty Trust will be turning 14 acres near the... More

Zipper-Like Korean Tower Maximizes Downtown Views
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Zipper-Like Korean Tower Maximizes Downtown Views

REX Architecture compensates for the small square footage of the building’s units,... More

Los Angeles Tower Presents a Topological Alternative to Urban Sprawl
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Los Angeles Tower Presents a Topological Alternative to Urban Sprawl

MAD Architects’ conceptual Cloud Corridor design draws on an ancient Chinese art... More

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