In Bruxelles an exhibition explores the “insurrectional“ language of a bunch of designers against conventions and good rules of style, driven by the faith in the power of dreaming big.
For the first instalment of domusforum, international experts will discuss the results of a survey conducted by the Nielsen company for Domus on the complexity of our cities.
The 1911 storage underwent a minimal intervention by kurosawa kawara-ten and is now used by students of Chiba University.
‘Oculi’ by Austin + Mergold is the winning proposal of The City of Dreams Pavilion: a reminiscence of the American agro-industrial age.
The Polish architect explains the design process of the Vodka Museum, located in the former Koneser factory in Warsaw.
Light and free like a butterfly, extending and folding like a folding screen, ORIGAMI, designed by Alberto Meda, is an electric plug&play radiator that liaises with its surroundings.
Square mirror with lacquered metal frame, mocha or burnished brass finish. Central mirror available in different shades.The new dimensions of the Visual mirrors create original reflections thanks to the different shades and to their modularity. They furnish private and public spaces with a refined simplicity and allow to create large compositions.
With the Post-Laboratory project, German designer Ottonie von Roeder investigates forms and cultural repercussions of a future in which robots work in our place.
Still 10 scholarshps available for the “Intra-Temporality” workshop by IN Residence at the Vienna Design Week with Julien Carretero and Zanellato/Bortotto.
Collected in a volume the various structures that welcome our pets: cats, dogs, goldfish and everything that can have a home.
Sara Salvemini illustrates today’s Milan through 25 watercolors in which architectural views overlap with everyday lives.
From the Domus Archive: a generation of ambitious designs for school buildings by Maurizio Sacripanti, Gino Valle, Aldo Rossi and Vittorio Gregotti explored possible construction strategies for the contemporary city.
An exhibition curated by the Roman collective CultRise brings together eight site-specific interventions and the protected natural species of the botanical garden.
In 1980, American architect John Hejduk describes Adalberto Libera’s villa, designed for Curzio Malaparte, as a house of rituals and rites, of mysteries, an ancient play unraveling under Italian light.
In Milan, the Portuguese artist establishes delicate material suspensions inside Hangar Bicocca’s Shed, quoting Modernist masters.
Born around a 13th century castle in Holsbeek, Horst Arts and Music Festival presents numerous artistic and architectural interventions that follow the "Archetype" theme.