A renovation split one bedroom into two and filled the living room with clever built-ins.
The City of Light became the City of Bike, and U.S. cities should take notice.
Bluetooth beacons will monitor how much action the benches see.
The farm will be home to more than 30 different species of plants that will grow vertically with aeroponic farming, a method that uses nutrient-filled mist to nourish the produce.
The Pritzker-winning Japanese architect is proposing an airy pavilion designed around simple, recyclable materials.
Paris is about to get even more beautiful.
The vision includes a transparent top level built lined with trees, offering a prime view of a replica of the fallen 19th-century spire.
The cathedral has been saved from total destruction.
The street artist used 2,000 pieces of paper to make the museum’s iconic glass pyramid look like it it’s rising from a quarry.
Designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec created six new fountains for the Champs-Élysées.
This week, the residents asked the city to close the street to visitors during the evenings and on weekends.
A native Parisian on the best courtyards, secret gardens, speakeasies, galleries, and more in the City of Light.
Writer, creative director, and pastry chef Jackie Kai Ellis makes a home near the Canal St. Martin in the City of Light.
On November 27, Paris auction house Artcurial is selling a 24-step chunk of the tower’s original staircase.
After two years of renovation, the Paris apartment where Le Corbusier lived and worked from 1934 to 1965 is now ready for the public to visit.
A new ruling says a two-mile stretch along the river must stay open for walking and biking.
After weeks of intense rain, rising water levels on the River Seine have put Paris on flood alert.
The efficient space is divided into three zones by way of large birchwood furniture units that integrate a variety of functions.
The 18th arrondissement home has a 30-foot-high atrium under a glass ceiling.
Combining the drama of 19th century architecture with the austerity of contemporary design is this enticing renovation of a Parisian apartment by Peruvian architect Diego Delgado-Elias.
With "Aura," Tresoldi fashioned two outsize neoclassical domes, each offering a counterpoint to the department store’s 19th-century interiors.
In recent years, large chunks of stone have chipped off the landmark cathedral’s elaborate facade.
The aesthetic at this public science university in Paris’s fifth arrondissement is "Her" meets "Blade Runner."
Taking center stage are three glazed ceramic totems by Memphis founder Ettore Sottsass, whose work Zana has been collecting for over 15 years.
Let’s take a quick jaunt to Paris, where the real estate is as beautiful as its gardens and baked goods.
These two rooftop abodes get exceptional natural light from all that glass.
Just take a minute and treat yourself to the fantasy of living a glamorous Parisian life in this lofty light-filled Montparnasse home.
This asymmetrical, monolithic home makes a grand statement on the exterior, but on the inside, the loft-like spaces focus on privacy and the daily activities of the family.
Prepare to feast your eyes on an incredible renovation of a 20th century maison located in Saint-Cloud, a tony suburb right outside Paris.
Dubbed Deskopolitan, the space clocks in at 4,430 square feet, and includes a series of open work desks, meeting rooms, telephone booths, and a café. (There’s also a barber shop, because 2017.)