The subtle shade—whether it’s called fawn, pale brown, buff, sand, sandy, oatmeal, khaki, ecru—is a soothing and versatile background.
We asked designers to name their favorite black shades. Included in the mix are the array of "off blacks;" blacks with undertones of brown, blue, and gray.
This year’s best design and urbanism books feature everything from impeccable modern interiors to fantastical cityscapes.
Across the country, developers are building megaplexes meant to attract eager shoppers and savvy diners. Curbed and Eater editors weigh in on the community effects.
In the wake of a housing crisis and a wave of urban experimentation, a changed Las Vegas is emerging.
Our annual Groundbreakers award showcases the talents of architects working to change the way the built world functions. But this year, our winners aren’t stopping with buildings. They’re out to change the world.
Historic preservation takes many guises, often linked by the common concern of how to look to the future while respecting the past. Here’s how Baltimore, Key West, and Jackson are tackling the issue.
While cars dominate American roadways, city dwellers are turning to alternate modes of transport—for speed, exercise, and the environment.
Not every story about gentrification involves the displacement of a population. Here are three case studies that are anything but cut-and-dry.
A nation of immigrants doesn't remain static. Burlington and Sacramento show how diversity continues to reshape, redefine, and renew American cities.