Drawing Award 2015
 

Drawing Award 2015

Winners of the Faber-Castell International Drawing Award, Anastasia Ax’s works are on view at the Neues Museum in Nuremberg alongside those of the four other nominated artists.

 

Art

For display purposes only
 

For display purposes only

Andrew Fu and Michelle Chen developed a series of hybrid food objects that embrace the superficiality and absurdity of contemporary consumption.

 

Design

Petite vie

With two mirrored and colorful walls set up in the street of Quebec City, Fontaine/Fortin/Labelle invite passersby to question their role in the city’s architectural landscape.

 

Architecture

Best of #July
 

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

3D printed joints
 

3D printed joints

Hungarian industrial designer Ollé Gellért developed a collection of 3D printed small joints able to connect bigger parts from different materials.

 

Design

Double Dealing

With his new works, on view at the Machado-Muñoz Design Gallery, Álvaro Catalán de Ocón revists industrial design’s processes to obtain something unexpected and clever.

 

Design

Arsenal flat
 

Arsenal flat

For this apartment in a Hausmanian building in Paris h2o architectes studied a landscape of “totems” following the sloping games of the roof-line, enhanced by the floor painting.

 

Architecture

Noma Bar: Birds Eye View
 

Noma Bar: Birds Eye View

Commissioned by the Momofuku Ando Foundation in Japan to create a view house within the wooded landscape at Komoro, Noma Bar translated his illustrations into architectural form.

 

Architecture

Smog Free Tower

Now on Kickstarter, the largest air-purifier in the world imagined by Studio Roseegaarde creates clean air zones in cities and compresses the filtered smog particles, used for unique jewelry.

 

Design

Riel Estate House
 

Riel Estate House

Inspired by German Insel Hombroich’s pavilions, for this house in a small Dutch village Joris Verhoeven chose traditional materials to obtain an out of the ordinary result.

 

Architecture

Countries and souvenirs
 

Countries and souvenirs

After a theoretical research and a case study in Guatemala, Berlin-based designer Jonas Hasselmann took a critical look on how souvenirs represent places and memories. 

 

Design

Morocco pavilion

Designed by Oualalou+Choi, the Moroccan Pavilion at Expo presents a contemporary reinterpretation of traditional earthen structures adapted to industrialized construction methods.

 

Architecture