Davenport Wilson House
 

Davenport Wilson House

On a semi-rural site in a lush valley west of Brisbane, Australia, the Davenport Wilson House designed by Shane Thompson Architects is a response to the particular and immediate landscape views.

 

Architecture

Maison Terrebonne
 

Maison Terrebonne

In Quebec La SHED architecture converted a typical 90’s bungalow into a contemporary house preserving one of its principal characteristics: the split levels.

 

Architecture

Best of #July

A water-reacting material, an installation that uses 25,000 dishes as if they were bricks and a monograph about Wes Anderson’s last film are three of the ten stories we choose to recount the month of July on Domusweb.

 

News

Atlas of Padania Classics
 

Atlas of Padania Classics

Filippo Minelli’s hefty book, illustrating a research conducted by the artist since 2010, focuses on blots on the Italian landscape and reminds us that Padania – the Po valley area – really has very little that is positive to teach us.

 

Reviews / Daniele Belleri

Cycling & pedestrian track
 

Cycling & pedestrian track

The new cycling and pedestrian track Fior di Loto by MICROSCAPE architecture urban design AA doesn’t interfere with the lives of the rich area’s fauna and brings to light a true “environmental jewel”.

 

Architecture

Harun Farocki

Harun Farocki passed away suddenly at the end of last July and the past year has seen numerous tributes paid to him. His prominent presence at the Venice Biennale confirmed the seminal importance of his work, his rigour and his articulate, radical criticism.

 

Art / Gabi Scardi

Homemade Schizophrenia
 

Homemade Schizophrenia

A “one grain at a time” rice fork, a too large spoon, a holed spoon, and a weak knife: with her absurd cutlery set Firdaws Fourcroy turn us schizophrenic, disrupting everyday rituals and drawing us back to an unproductive state.

 

News

House in Chiyosaki
 

House in Chiyosaki

Using the height, Coo planning designed a house in Osaka, Japan, clad in vertical timber panels that maximize the space on a very, very small corner plot.

 

Architecture

Property Guardian

Alex Frost’s exhibition at Flat Time House – the result of his residency in the London space – has very little to do with the traditional notion of home and looks unwelcoming, as a result of the alteration’s process of the “domestic” objects chosen by the artist.

 

Art / Luisa Lorenza Corna