Archives for Construction and architecture
Walking through Masdar City is always an eye- and jaw-opening experience, and the Incubator Building is one reason why.
Copenhagen, Denmark has long been one of the more proactive cities when it comes to planning for climate change. It also happens to be the capital of the country with one of the most advanced clean energy portfolios on earth. ...
Visiting the UAE without checking out the malls in Dubai is like visiting Delhi and skipping the Taj Mahal or missing Corvocado while in Rio de Janeiro.
If there is an Exhibit A for climate change, it could be Venice, as flooding challenges the city more than ever before.
While I felt grateful I had one day to traipse around Venice, I could have used a week to explore this timeless city and its canals.
More Hapsburg than Balkan, with an atmosphere more delightfully provincial than coming across as a national capital, Ljubljana is one of Europe's most understated gems. It's a burst of color in a country that can already boast it is one ...
The AARP has an impressive archive that inspires its members to advocate for more “liveable communities.”
Just a 30 minute drive from Punta del Este is one of the most beautiful spots along Uruguay's coast, and really, in Latin America: José Ignacio.
One of the greatest pleasures of wandering through Montevideo is exploring its diverse neighborhoods, such as Barrio Prado.
Just a few steps from Montevideo’s stunning Plaza Independencia, Teatro Solis has been the center of culture in Uruguay since 1856.
Belgrade's Astronomical Observatory, a jewel of modernist architecture, houses amazing instruments and magical stories, like that of a mysterious “comet seeker”. Today, the question is how to do justice to what once was a symbol of the city.
When approaching Montevideo by ferry from Argentina, the first sight that greets your eye is Palacio Salvo.