Alleys aren’t just for trashcans anymore. These reinvented spaces are full of art, gardens, and music.
Author Archive | Mayna Vancaillie
A social movement is encouraging pedestrians to view natural roadblocks—precipitation, leaves and debris—as traffic control.
Organizations who understand freelancers and their needs have begun curating, or even directly providing, group insurance and financial advice.
From Black Friday to Cyber Monday, we’ve been getting a lot lately. Why not give back?
There’s lots of ways beyond the soup kitchen to make a difference.
Grassroots groups in more than 22 countries have mapped their sharing economies to better help you locate services in your neighborhood.
Urban analysts are turning historical development data into animated .GIFs to show us what this expansion looked like, and where the sprawl tide may be turning.
These artists and architects are using urban elements like transportation infrastructure and billboards to add color and commentary to cities around the world.
In the last six years I’ve lived in three countries on two continents, from the West Coast to the Middle East. Here are a few lessons I’ve learned along the way.