In his new book Tubes, journalist Andrew Blum explores key sites in the architecture of the internet, from transatlantic cables thousands of feet long to the buildings where the internet first began.
Olympic host cities pour millions of dollars into building facilities for the games, but what happens to the expensive structures when the festivities are over?
Invading natural environments with man-made structures is something we do all the time, right? Sure—but Alex Hartley does it much more eloquently.
Sky blue spikes, a sound system, water cannons, giant fans, and pollution-fighting skin: Wendy pulls out all the stops to set the stage for the ultimate summer party spot.
In the small Seto Inland Sea in south Japan, the Benesse Corporation has turned three sparsely inhabited islands into sanctuaries for art.
Turks are intensely proud of their heritage. But on my recent trip to Istanbul, we were encouraged to forget the past and look only at the present.
Forget The Dorchester. The best London city views are from high above Southbank Centre, which is precisely where artist Fiona Banner chose to erect a one-bedroom houseboat available to the public for one-night-only stays.