Twenty years after conceiving the software that made learning how to code accessible to people who use visual language, the creators outline its history and trace its next steps.
domusforum, the future of cities
Milan  |  24 November 2021
How to live together, work, study, move, heal, occupy space and save the planet.
Seven themes, seven areas of analysis to discuss and examine the profound and rapid changes taking place in our cities.Discover more
Architecture tends to forget that trees are living creatures, unpredictable and uncontrollable: the exhibition contributes to the debate on the plant world and aims to rethink the relationship between trees and architecture. Here is the interview.
Pre-existing architecture and surfaces in neutral tones come together in Case-Real’s project: a space designed for experiments, workshops and tea leaves preservation.
Europe’s oldest energy company announced a new step of its partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS) in a bid to accelerate its internal digitalization process.
Thought to reduce air polluting emissions and reduce accidents caused by cars, “Berlin Autofrei” is an extremely ambitious plan.
A psychologically impactful and oppressive set design provides the backdrop for a fitting metaphor of contemporary society.
Liang Architecture Studio designs a women’s clothing store in Hangzhou, China, featuring sculptural concrete furnishings and heavenly lighting.
Aristocrat, archaeologist, intellectual, politician, traveller and man of letters, Andrea Carandini explains why homes are so important, in the existential and cultural journey called life.
Unemori Architects suspends domestic spaces on a system of concrete pillars to protect them from snow and floods.
Piano’s G124 concluded the contruction of the “house for affectivity and maternity”, where female inmates have the possibility to meet their loved ones.
Ignacio Correa’s pavilion follows the natural slope of the hill: a glass and concrete dwelling protected by a gallery of slender pillars.
A conversation with the pioneer of perceptual art, who became worldwide famous for his Obama portraits and, and who has recently created with Samsung an installation in London without being there.
The programme of events curated by Katerina Papanikolopoulos showed unconventional neighbourhoods and hidden sides of the city.
The building designed by Carlana Mezzalira Pentimalli lies between the old and new parts of Brixen, a South Tyrolean city undergoing vast transformation
Reebok, partnered with Eames Office, designed a range of trainers informed by Ray and Charles Eames works, with a collectable packaging.
The exhibits dedicated to Mollino and Lingeri, and “10 Journeys” deserve to be visited in sequence, to fully appreciate the overlaps that make them interact in the great narrative of the Italian architectural twentieth century.