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Dear Data

Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec, the authors of Dear Data, talk about how their data-visualisation effort is catching on among people from all over the world and schools of all categories.  


Reviews / Stefania Garassini


The whole world, mapped

To celebrate its 128 years, National Geographic has united some of its most interesting infographics in a book by Taschen that shows how the magazine has refused to let software hijack its visualisations.


Reviews / Stefania Garassini

Water Museum

The exhibition design developed by P-06 Atelier for the Water Museum is related with the idea of watercourse, to suggest the water flow and movement along a section of a stream.




Phantom Terrains

A science writer who has progressive hearing loss and a sound engineer translate into soundscapes the currents of electromagnetic signals that pervade the city streets.




The Refugee Project

Hyperakt and Ekene Ijeoma created an interactive map that uses UNHCR and UN data to tell the histories of refugee movements over time from 1975 to 2012.


News / Ted Cava

Best of #March

In March Domusweb celebrated the spring dedicating space to the relationship between architecture and nature, in residential projects and photography. We went to Africa and New York, returning to Italy for the Design Week’s previews.