Twitter Bots and the Possibilities for New Identities
This bot randomly matches flags from different countries to create new imaginary ones.
The Big Urban Future of the Tiny Apartment
Micro apartments have become trendy for urban professionals aiming to streamline their lives. But does the fad forebode a return to Industrial Age overcrowding?
Who Says Architects Have to Make Buildings?
At the Venice Architecture Biennale, some of the most exciting exhibitions were provisional and collectively produced.
What Should We Do with New York City's Monuments?
In the wake of impassioned debate—and some action—over the place of Confederate monuments across the US, it's time to rethink NYC's commemorative statuary.
The MTA and De Blasio's Electronic Ads Threaten New Yorkers with Visual Overload
Animated billboards and sponsored Wi-Fi stations are beginning to permeate New York, but their aesthetic is predictably corporate.
Matt Damon's New Movie Reveals the Downside of Downsizing
Leisureland joins a long line of imagined mini-worlds that echo the problems of their full-sized counterparts.