Pseudo-public space—squares and parks that seem public but are actually owned by corporations—has quietly spread across cities worldwide
Kayaking spots and a colorful playground were proposed to bring new life to the river
Design form Snøhetta has been tasked with improving the site for both locals and tourists
The annual entrance pavilion design was printed using a biodegradable bamboo material
Almost 40,000 people donated $1.7 million to buy the plot of land and keep it out of the hands of private owners
The 'WW' concept could transform public spaces into areas for creativity and productivity.
Though the contest winners have yet to be decided, Prodigy Network will present the top early submissions in designing the hotel of the future.
Watersquare Benthemplein is a open air public space featuring a sports arena, theater, and also a way to recycle water.
These four new designs take Long Island's parking lots to task.
Ambitious conversion houses art galleries, climbing wall and a rooftop terrace.
Foldable chairs with movable petal-like seats provide useful seating and aesthetic design.