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Because sometimes even the greatest cities need a change. Whether due to a sheer influx of people or the changing face of our environment, cities need to find ways to modernize and adapt to the growing
Modern cities are ruled by cars. Streets are designed for them; bikers, pedestrians, vendors, hangers-out, and all other forms of human life are pushed to the perimeter in narrow lanes or sidewalks. Truly
Breaking with purpose—this is how New Zealand artist Louise McRae describes her creative act. Selecting found wood, cutting it, and painting it before it’s molded into dynamic assemblages, McRae’s work
The Pasona Group’s blooming headquarters doubles as a promotional tool for farming Tokyo’s streetscape typically leans towards the modern and mechanized, crowded with bright signs, busy neon lights, and
With its beautiful gardens, plant-draped balconies, and florists in every quartier, Paris is an undeniably flower-friendly city—and it’s about to get even greener. Thanks to a recent initiative, members
fastcoexist.com - About the author Ben Schiller is a New York staff writer for Fast Company. Previously, he edited a European management magazine and was a reporter in San Francisco, Prague, and Brussels. More