Playground
 

Playground

With his last project James Mollison collects scenes of laughter, tears, and games from rich and poor schools all around the world, demonstrating the intense experiences which happen in the playground.

 

Photo-essays

Fondazione VOLUME!
 

Fondazione VOLUME!

The exhibition at the Saint-Étienne Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain pays homage to 18 years of activity of the VOLUME! Foundation, raising essential issues linked to art spaces.

 

Art / Carole Blumenfeld

House Skuru

Hermansson Hiller Lundberg plays with the juxtaposition of tectonic and and monolithic for this house in Sweden, almost monochrome but very tactile.

 

Architecture

T/A House
 

T/A House

Standing north of Tel Aviv in a landscape brought to life by the piercing Middle-Eastern light, the T/A House mixes the spatial charm of a tradition with no fixed geographical boundaries with a desire for modern design closely linked to the poetic of Paritzki & Liani.

 

Architecture / Gianluigi Freda

Best of #June
 

Best of #June

We talk about houses for those who are always travelling and playgrounds, about pools and bags in the stories that we propose for this weekend, among the most read in June on Domusweb.

 

News

In praise of shadow

Architecture is always the main protagonist in Arduino Cantàfora’s paintings but in this exhibition in Lausanne pictures reveal the quest for a denser but, at the same time, more tormented texture.

 

Art / Luca Ortelli

ICTA-ICP research centre
 

ICTA-ICP research centre

Harquitectes and Dataae have chosen a concrete structure wrapped and protected by a low cost exterior bioclimatic skin for this research centre in environmental sciences and palaeontology built inside the Barcelona University Campus.

 

Architecture

Corbu made to measure
 

Corbu made to measure

The Le Corbusier exhibition, “Mesures de l’homme”, at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, seeks to highlight the human element of the Swiss master’s oeuvre: the body in space, perception and sensation, are seen to be essential points in the evolution of his creations.

 

Architecture / Jean-Michel Landecy

Courtyard House

Near a Torii gate in a typical Japanese rural landscape, the house designed by FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects is a white U-shaped building that blends with the scenery.

 

Architecture