While the fate of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics hangs in the balance due to the coronavirus pandemic, here's a look at other cities that have succeeded in creating structures that have stood the test of time and continue to be as awe-inspiring and groundbreaking as the games themselves.
From a camel library service in Kenya to book-carrying-robots in Sydney, these unique libraries keep the magic of reading alive.
From space-age designs to murals, artists and architects have transformed subways, metros and tube stations into contemplative and artistic spaces. These 10 underground stations around the world will have you thinking you're riding through an art museum.
The architecture, paintings and monuments that have shaped American art throughout the ages.
For more than a half-century, postmodernist architect Ricardo Bofill has brought his surreal visions to life. See some of his most breathtaking creations.
From one of Charles Gwathemy's first projects to a home inspired by the Hampton's farming roots, you could stay at an iconic piece of architecture this summer.
New Delhi has the worst air quality in the world.
"Betsy's house is, in general, a mess," Wagner wrote.
The economic boom in China in the 1990s led to "duplitecture" or copycat versions of everything from the Eiffel Tower and London Bridge to the canals of Venice and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Police have confirmed 17 died in the blaze, but say the number will rise. Locals who knew people inside struggle to comprehend how this happened in one of London's richest areas.
The state allocates €2 million ($2.2 million) a year for restoration works, but the repairs needed would cost 50 times as much.
One year since her death, the Iraqi-born architect's success only highlights the long way still to go in achieving gender equality in architecture.
Named 'Analemma,' the building would move around the world, slowing down over New York.
The horseshoe building would surpass the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest-building, in length.
A first peek at the new Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT) in Lisbon, through the eyes of its architect.
A hundred years and $540 million in the making, the museum opens on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., in September.