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Inspired by San Francisco’s topography in contrast to the regular street grid Interstice Architects developed a simple, well detailed and synthetic urban equipment.
Domus is partner of an exhibition that brings to Triennale di Milano the models of 41 Japanese architects, speaking about an architectonic culture that thrives between avant-garde and past.
Henkin Shavit transformed the interior of an old stone residential building in Safed, Israel, establishing a close dialogue between the old and the new.
Conceived by Scape among the Swiss mountains, the villa creates an artificial landscape made with white volumes of different heights, opposed to the natural one.
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.
The 2015 International Garden Festival is opening 6 new gardens in Canada, the United States, France and Israel, chosen among the 309 proposals submitted.
Kristín Guðmundsdóttir’s project encloses cleansing balls made primarily from Icelandic herbs into a porcelain container that dispenses one ball at the time.
Colorful walls and equipment borrowed from photo studios make the showroom of Bien Fait an evocative exhibition in full scale of their wallpaper collection.
A wooden “hut” placed on the top of a lava stone-building in Catania, Sicily, rotates on itself onto two big terraces that seem carved in the volume below.
The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam presents an historic survey of the international avant-garde artists’ group Zero, the largest artists’ network in history to change notions of art forever.
The espresso maker designed by De Lucchi is the result of a long-term joint venture to produce a “moka for the new millennium” able to exalt the organoleptic properties of coffee.
Simple geometric shapes and contrasting materials: Korean designer JinSik Kim plays with these elements for his collection of side-tables and stools.