Photo-essays - Domus


Alessio Forlano’s research is the pretext for opening a debate on the role architecture could have in our rapidly changing society.


Photo-essays / Alessio Forlano


An Urban Data Stream

Joseph Heathcott focuses on facades around the world, as sentinels witnessing the drama of metropolitan life, recording architectural, social, and commercial happenings.


Photo-essays / Joseph Heathcott

Boots on the ground

The young photographer Kani Marouf went to Kurdistan, her homecountry, where she found everyday life stuck in between borders of radicalism, war and suppression.


Photo-essays / Kani Marouf


Land Unknown

The ongoing exploration of the “East” by Slovakian photographer Dia Takácsová is meant as a search of her personal roots, and as an investigation of the human’s impact on a piece of land, as well as the nature’s impact on human beings.  




Report from the edge

Alessandro Guida’s photographic research investigates the liminary territories of Rotterdam, those beyond the borders of the administrative city, the uncertain space that separates the city from non-city.


Photo-essays / Alessandro Guida

In Between

After 0/1 Data Flow (2004), Global Soul (2008) and The Third Day (2013), Henrik Spohler’s new photographic project In Between is the fourth part of a series on modern traffic of data and goods.


Photo-essays / Henrik Spohler