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In his ongoing project Justin Bettman brings domestic rooms on New York’s streets creating whimsical images and then offering the scene to pedestrians to enjoy... and post a selfie on Instagram.
Photo-essays / Justin Bettman
First held ten years ago in Milan, “Meet the Media Guru” celebrated this first round number devoting two days to “Future ways of living”. Its founder Maria Grazia Mattei recounts.
Design / Stefania Garassini
A delicate and discreet building clad in a fine lacework facade – completed by Avenier Cornejo in Paris’ 20th arrondissement – provide a reassuring atmosphere where children can grow and prosper.
NAS architecture wrap a multipurpose wooden pavilion around old colums for the 10th anniversary of the Festival of Lively Architecture, just ended in Montpellier.
Launched at NeoCon 2015, DuPont Corian Charging Surface is a new technology that easily charges mobile devices without the need for wires and plugs cluttering the countertop.
For his final year project at RCA, Chinese product designer Chao Chen took inspiration for the pinecone to develop a water-reacting material that can be used for a lot of applications.
Tomorrow at NMNM – Nouveau Musée National de Monaco will be inaugurated the exhibition “Fausto Melotti”, devoted to a crucial period of the artist’s career in which Domus played a special role, as stated in the 1962 essay that we present anew here.
From the archive
Using the recycled material from the London Olympic Games LYN Atelier, in collaborarion with the local community, built a temporary community center in Hackney Wick, London.
Ten places to play, to create community, to transform a neighborhood or to stimulate the creativity of children and adults, from Mexico to Australia via Lebanon.
A point of reference for art and design lovers, this year Design Miami/Basel celebrated its 10th anniversary by commissioning the prestigious “Design At Large” project to André Balazs.
Design / Maria Cristina Didero
Trying to stand quietly inserted in the Mexican landscape, this house designed by Oscar Gutiérrez assigns most of the built area to the ground level opening large uncovered areas in the upper level.
In the works by Mexican artist on show at HangarBicocca in Milan, the chaos is disarray but we only see a past record or the potential: frozen in a precise and planned point.
Art / Ilaria Bombelli