Jero yurt
 

Jero yurt

Scottish brand Trakke launch the Jero yurt, designed by Uula Jero taking inspiration from the traditional portable dwellings developed by the nomadic people of Central Asia.

 

News

The “other” editor
 

The “other” editor

Domus remembers the great town planner, theorist and professor Bernardo Secchi with an affectionate pledge by Vittorio Gregotti, who worked with him for many years.

 

News / Vittorio Gregotti

Casa No Tempo

Aires Mateus, together with the owners João and Andreia Rodrigues, transformed an old family farm into a modern retreat in the rural landscape of the Alentejo region, Portugal.

 

Architecture

The French barometer
 

The French barometer

“L'époque, les humeurs, les valeurs, l’attention”, the exhibition of the 16° Prize Fondation d’entreprise Ricard, curated by castillo/corrales – a co-operatively run, non-profit contemporary art venue – puts up the young French art.

 

Art / Ivo Bonacorsi

Tsai Residence
 

Tsai Residence

Taiwan studio Tai & Architectural Design kept this apartment in Taipei “as minimal as possible” so it can be easily reverted to its original state at the end of the rental period, exploring the possibility to design a temporary property as a good place to live in for young people.

 

Architecture

ZEB Pilot House

The ZEB Multi-Comfort House – a cooperation between Snøhetta, SINTEF, ZEB partner Brødrene Dahl, and Optimera – is a single family house intended for use as a demonstration platform to facilitate learning on building methodology for plus houses with integrated sustainable solutions.

 

Architecture

Jamie Hladky: 1,864km
 

Jamie Hladky: 1,864km

“1,864km” is a project developed by Australian-based photographer Jamie Hladky driving or walking through the small towns of New South Wales, Australia.

 

Photo-essays / Jamie Hladky

Library of Muyinga
 

Library of Muyinga

The first library of Muyinga (Burundi) has been designed by BC architects – as part of a future inclusive school for deaf children – in locally sourced compressed earth blocks and built involving end-users.

 

Architecture

Paul Chan

On show at the Schaulager in Basel, Paul Chan’s work mixes his knowledge of history and philosophy, old and new, with political and social reflections in a body of work that ranges from drawing to sculpture, video projections, animation, literature and printing. 

 

Art / Tommaso Speretta

House P
 

House P

Cherem Arquitectos designed in Mexico the House P, composed by two concrete volumes that develops a dynamic relationship between solid and transparent planes.

 

Architecture

Best of #bikes
 

Best of #bikes

Water bikes and wooden tricycles, but also reflections on its cultural, technological and aesthetic evolution over recent years in relation to urban space, among the articles selected for this week Best of, dedicated to the bike.

 

News

The power of the line

One cannot limit the concept of freedom to the disciplinary confines of architecture, yet this book proves that architectural thinking is indeed a productive medium for contemplating what lies beyond its borders.

 

Reviews / Nick Axel