Sleeping Around is a traveling boutique lodging that’s so fancy, you won’t even know you’re sleeping in the detritus of the global economy.
In his annual letter, the billionaire looks to the year ahead in his quest to end disease and poverty in the developing world, as the Millennium Development Goals loom.
First an electric car, then a smartphone. Uganda’s Makerere University is bursting with innovations.
The Softwalks project takes the ugly construction sheds that dot the front of buildings under renovation and turns them into places to help increase the social fabric of the city.
Getting kids moving is becoming a more and more difficult task. One health care provider figured that one way to bring obesity down would be to give the kids what they want: video games.
A new plan outlines how the Motor City can go from grabbing headlines about decay to being a model for a new kind of American urban center.
"Hello Lamp Post" is a project that gives voice to the infrastructure in Bristol, England, by letting anyone with a phone text with mailboxes, fire hydrants, and lampposts. What will the lamppost say, is the question.
These beautiful maps--where each dot represents one commuter--create beautiful impressions of each city’s transportation patterns.