The New York studio together with the Parisian studio designed a large concrete square that unifies the museum and the glass art center of Site Verrier in Meisenthal, creating a new identity as a cultural center.
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The house built in the late 1930s by the Genoese master, and now back on the market, is a combination of rationalist suggestions, local sensibility and stunning landscape, which Domus had published in 1941.
From the pages of 1960s Domus, a wooden architecture with organic features conceived by the modernist architect and design director at IBM, for the island of Martha’s Vineyard, off the coast of Massachusetts.
Now you can share your work through a new function by Domus where you can upload your architecture, design, interior, graphics, illustration, photography and art projects.
The Sandi toilet is a sustainable, low-cost toilet service designed to be used in rural areas without the use of water or electricity.
A leading figure in experimental design, he challenged the standards of the sector with his design-methodological approaches, favoring plastics and creating works that are attentive to social issues. A solo exhibition in China recounts his work: “Nobody’s Perfect”.
Construction works for the tallest tower in the world are halted, only a third of the tower has been built and there are still no plans to restart the project.
From the Domus Archive, a summer house designed by the father of California Modern, on Santa Catalina Island, facing Los Angeles, in the late 20s.
The Richard Rogers’ Drawing Gallery, an art gallery suspended above the vineyards of the Provençal landscape of Château La Coste is the latest project signed by the Italian-born English architect. Guest editor Jean Nouvel recalls.
Photographer Stefano Vigni tells us with his shots the post-quarantine summer spent in a village of summer villas from the 1960s in Tuscany.
The photo exhibition by Jacopo Di Cera at Stamberga becomes a research on the society and the landscape of Italy.
It is a legendary tourist destination in summer more than ever: we have selected some must-see points.
Apparently simple images frame fragments of everyday life that tell much more than what they show in this unconventional summer.
From the Domus archive, the refflections that the great Japanese designer shared with us in the years of the explosion of his ‘Pleats Please’ collections.
Between 1958 and 1962, Domus presented 6 fine architectures built in the pine forest of Arenzano, an exclusive holiday destination in western Liguria.
We met the photographer best known for his large-scale pictures of ordinary people at the beach. He explained to us his art, and how it all started with a picture he took on the Versilia Riviera the day after Berlusconi had won the elections, because he wanted to understand “what Italians are like”.
For the renovation of a fishermen’s house, the Spanish studio Xpiral has expanded the spaces by inserting a container, wrapped in an orange tarpaulin.