Landmark(ed)
 

Landmark(ed)

On the outskirts of Wien, Dominique Perrault's tower dominates a landscape that is a public space widely used and socially inhabited as the photographs by Simone Bossi reveal.

 

Photo-essays / Simone Bossi

“Suspended” Homes
 

“Suspended” Homes

Ettore Moni adopts an anthropological gaze and analog equipment to describe the "suspended" dwellings along the banks of Italy’s largest river – the Po.

 

Photo-essays / Ettore Moni

The Awakening City

Addis Ababa a ‘Sleeping Beauty’ for decades, in the words of Haile Selassie, is now living the American dream. Photographer Anna Positano recounts its awakening.

 

Photo-essays / Anna Positano

Stop Motion
 

Stop Motion

Toni Meneguzzo talks to Domus about changing from the Polaroid camera to digital and video. Six years ago, he began experimenting with photographic motion, thinking of Muybridge, and he has since worked to pursue his path as an artisanal photographer.

 

Photo-essays / Toni Meneguzzo

Absence of Water
 

Absence of Water

Gigi Cifali photographs the sense of emptiness that surrounds and fills abandoned public lidos and baths built in the late Victorian period as symbols of civic and architectural pride.

 

Photo-essays / Gigi Cifali

Life is on a new high

Alicja Dobrucka recounts the transformation of Mumbai, the Indian financial capital, home to the largest number of supertalls and skyscrapers under construction in the world.

 

Photo-essays / Alicja Dobrucka

Matteo Cirenei: Milano
 

Matteo Cirenei: Milano

The architect and photographer Matteo Cirenei searchs for the abstract light of the Milanese winter to give buildings, more often building's details, a metaphisical space.

 

Photo-essays / Matteo Cirenei

Cairo
 

Cairo

Just before the overthrowing of President Mubarak, in early 2011 Elena Perlino portrayed the everyday side of Cairo, depicting a metropolis suspended between beauty and decadence.

 

Interviews / Elena Perlino

New Thames

The photographer Alvarez Diestro observes the new buildings along the Thames river, underlining how they react with the river and create an architectural pattern.

 

Photo-essays / Manuel Alvarez Diestro

Ancient Hospitals
 

Ancient Hospitals

Elena Franco surveys those buildings – real cities within cities – that were hospitals in Italy and France; describes how they have evolved in the march of time and underlines their architectonic, artistic and documentary heritage.

 

Photo-essays / Elena Franco

Spanish Dream
 

Spanish Dream

The Spanish collective Cadelasverdes reconstructs, ironically, the day life in the unfinished buildings, outcome of the housing bubble explosion, that constellate the country.

 

Photo-essays

Stopping Time

In the Stopping Time series, photographer Luigi Ziliani shows what the human eye does not see. Adopting a scientific approach, and excellent technique, he captures the instant, living the illusion of distorting time.

 

Photo-essays / Luigi Ziliani