DOT vs. TOD

Why Development-Oriented Transit is better than Transit-Oriented Development Transit-oriented development (TOD) has been growing in popularity for many years, particularly in large … More

Self-Sufficient Biocabins

Architects Design Self-Sufficient Biocabins That Adapt To a Post-Climate Change World By Samantha Pires on April 18, 2021 Now more than ever, … More

A Zoning Reform

PORTLAND JUST PASSED THE BEST LOW-DENSITY ZONING REFORM IN US HISTORY The reform sets a new standard: up to four … More

A Design Theme

Before a parking lot and a one story building and after a new condominium with 38 apartments, two penthouse units … More

Types of Urban Blocks

Written by Camilla Ghisleni | Translated by Tarsila Duduch Urban blocks can be defined as the space within the street pattern of a city … More

Transformation of Beijing

BEIJING: I live in a suburb of China’s capital city, but technically it’s within the city-limits. I asked my wife, … More

Always Green

A pedestrian crossing on Chelsea Embankment, London London installs new tech to prioritise pedestrians over cars BY TOM STONE ON MAY 27, 2021VULNERABLE … More

No Brand.. No Cost..

Photography by Yan Cong for Rest of WorldBy LAVENDER AU22 FEBRUARY 2021BEIJING, CHINA The road to electric is filled with tiny … More

Bizarre Architecture

Previously, few years ago there were an idea to bridge between Djibouti and Yemen.. Which was another bizarre engineering.. There … More