In the 1940s, ’50s, and ’60s, wholesome American families embarking on road trip vacations actually wanted to stay in motels. They weren’t just affordable and convenient—they were in fashion. They were
Studios start at $2,048 in El Centro, the complex on Hollywood Boulevard Units in a new apartment complex that has sprung up in the center of Hollywood are starting to hit the rental market, with prices
The renovation and re-opening of classic motels is picking up steam When interior designer Nicole Cota was hired to work on the Drifter, a recently renovated roadside motel in New Orleans that reopened
It’s located in the heart of Kiev It’s always fun to take a peek at how the rest of the world does compact apartments. The latest example comes out of Kiev, Ukraine, designed by local firm Martin Architects.
Have you ever wondered just how true-to-life the world's many metro maps actually are? If so, you're in luck! Recently, Reddit users have started to create animations that compare stylized subway maps
Transportation solutions deployed for the 1984 Summer Olympics are even more relevant today Ask Angelenos for their most vivid memories of the 1984 Summer Olympics and they’ll likely all tell you the thing:
Cities are regulating mobility startups, but ignoring the real problem—there’s still too much space for cars Over the last few months, I’ve spent a lot of time looking at century-old images of U.S. streets.