We break down the different types of outdoor furniture—like teak, aluminum, and wicker—and share over a dozen picks at various price points.
Closed parks have made it harder to access public space. But for some neighborhoods, it was never easy.
To Meghan Talarowski, play is "so much more than just physical activity."
Meet five practitioners who want our shared spaces to be a resource for those who use them
Through site-specific installations, Bryony Roberts addresses democracy, spatial justice, historic preservation, and identity.
Inspired by a group of itinerant lesbians in the 1970s, The Van Dykes Project is an oral history of queer life, love, and resilience across the U.S.
The Underline, a new linear park, will hire staff to help create digital tools to improve park engagement.
"Parks" is a love letter to the United States National Parks Service.
New analysis from the Trust for Public Land finds that more than 19.6 million people in the U.S. could benefit from access to public schoolyards.
Sunday provides pesticide-free weed control and customized fertilizer through the mail. Is this the future of lawn care?
In honor of the upcoming 4th of July holiday, we’ve rounded up our favorite outdoor decor items that make entertaining easy—all with fast shipping.
Snøhetta designed the self-service cabin overlooking a fjord as a stylish respite in Norway.
The kitchen comes in five-foot prefabricated concrete panels that assemble into a partition-like structure for outdoor cooking.
Our national parks are renowned for their beauty, wildlife, and recreational opportunities. But they also boast a unique architectural style known as "parkitecture."
From picnic supplies to camping gear, here are the top outdoor gifts to give dads.
According to Trust for Public Land’s annual report card for U.S. parks, a third of city residents don’t have a park within walking distance.
Outdoor decor transforms a patio from an impersonal stage room to a fun expression of your personal style.
We’ve rounded up an array of ideas that will spruce up your mom’s outdoor spaces in no time.
Forget aesthetics: Lawns can raise food, restore habitats, and even store carbon.
You need to spend some time thinking about your dirt, and figure out just how committed you can be to a watering routine.