New York politicians got out of the way for once, and something beautiful happened.
A favela in southern Brazil shows the upside of an "invasive" urban form—and offers lessons for U.S. housing policy.
The new book Inventor of the Future prefers to show him as a credit hog.
The city's solicitation of public input on the demolition of shacks, sheds, and boarded up homes is an invitation for NIMBYism.
This California Man Researched the City Code Before Building a 'Dream' Treehouse. The City Is Screwing Him Anyway.
Not only did Brian Esola make sure he wasn't violating the city code, he also checked with his neighbors beforehand.
The local government put "sustainability" ahead of safety.
A proprietary community in Quebec
The war on tree houses
Will have 12,000 square feet of floor space