Imagine Belgium's Vlot Kamp - essentially eight floating campsites accessed from the shore by canoe - next to Olympic Village.
This 15-seat speakeasy-style bar is located behind a nondescript door in New York City's 28th Street subway station.
Watch lucha libre wrestlers in Mexico City's Central de Abasto market have fun encouraging people to protect themselves and others.
It should really go without saying that people who disrespect hospitality workers should be denied the privilege of dining out.
If our approach to encouraging mask use has been too gentle we might consider shocking people with a campaign like this.
Hawaii is giving out gift cards worth $500 to over 100,000 unemployed residents in a bid to save two birds with one stone.
60-year old Vinnie's Pizzeria in Brooklyn must know that times are particularly stressful right now...
Your options for tracking down your lost items in Vancouver are very limited, but what if we had a different approach?
Florentines had a cool architectural trick to keep socially distant while shopping for wine during times of plague...
The Catalonian city has notified landlords that they will fill their empty apartments with tenants if they don't do it themselves.
Small restaurants, cafes and shops deep within our residential neighbourhoods would be great. Too bad they're illegal.
The idea of the "Garage Bar" as a place to have an unlicensed sip with your friends and neighbours just feels right...
Thousands of tiles are moved by the wind, so that when it blows they flap in concert to reveal gusts and air currents in real time.
To food delivery apps, this virus hasn't been a crisis. It's been an opportunity. Local restaurants are already considering alternatives.
Police in Italy and Brazil are employing helicopters to clear beaches that have been closed during the Covid-19 pandemic.
To support its breweries, distilleries, wineries and restaurants, the city should allow people to order booze with their take-out.
Why does a city that celebrates share plates and "family-style" dining have so few of these clever devices?
After a recent stay at the new hotel in Whistler, we're scratching our heads as to why Vancouver doesn't have something similar yet.
The rent-freeze starts in January and is retroactive to June, so landlords can't jack up the rent in one last frenzied orgy of greed.
They could have used any old alarm to warn of fire or accident, but instead they chose the one that terrifies everyone everywhere.
As much as we appreciate the luxury and convenience of the airport's Fairmont Hotel, it wouldn't hurt to give it some direct competition.
There may be no silver bullet to fixing our housing crisis, but if there was a gun full of silver bullets, we'd definitely pull the trigger on this.
If the annual fees were on a scale of accessibility so a dishwasher didn't have to pay as much as a server, this might work...
A pair of thrill-seeking skiers turn Autumn in the Cantal forest of Southern France into their downhill playground.
The GreenBelly Project is a concept that would see boring, windowless urban walls producing all kinds of deliciousness.
This massive architectural model of New York City got us thinking how cool it would be to see Vancouver similarly represented.
Our historical architecture isn't so valued that it can avoid the wrecking balls of development. But what if it could be saved in another way?
If the Danish city of Aarhus can open public baths in their once filthy waterway, why can't we do something similar here?