The public bathroom doubles as a safe space and an eco-friendly solution to the city’s poor sanitation.
Artist Tomáš Moravec hacks a wooden pallet to glide along his city’s tram lines.
MED25 provides quality, culturally appropriate, and affordable health care through a unique implementation process involving a mortuary in rural Kenya.
What do you get when you cross chamber music and placemaking? Stronger communities and some great sounding art.
The park will be built in Manhattan's Williamsburg Bridge Trolley Terminal that's been unused for over 60 years!
Reykjavik decided to pause in the dark to witness one of Earth’s most beautiful phenomena: the Aurora Borealis.
One 1950s-themed town will have a city hall, a movie theater, and a park to help bring back memories for dementia patients.
A Seattle-area company will play a key role in a new zero-landfill initiative to divert mountains of waste into usable compost in some of the country’s most iconic national parks.
Zipline, makers of humanitarian delivery drones are getting blood to hospitals throughout Rwanda.
The Dutch Reach is a clever workaround to keep cyclists from getting “doored” by parked cars.
A Dutch designer has debuted a pollution-eating tower in Beijing, and hopes to install 800 more in public parks across China.
A temporary art installation in the three upstate New York cities calls for a solution to vacancy and abandonment.
Tired of official inaction, a vigilante group installed posts to physically separate a bike lane from car traffic on San Francisco road.
Montréal will install enormous inflatable arches in order to prioritize people during the construction process.
Through positive depictions of Lebanese cultural figures, Yazan Halwani attempts to reclaim the streets through art in a city scarred by civil war.
A new approach to housing refugees has emerged in the Greek capital.
These carbon-neutral bad boys will hit Germany's tracks by December 2017.