Playing with materials, transparencies and intimacy, Salvator-John A. Liotta and Fabienne Louyot have renovated the media library of the Quai Branly museum.
Wurck designs a new underground parking space as a public area with 3,750 new spots in a pleasant walking zone.
Muuto’s pop-up exhibition at Nomad Workspaces combines design and site-specific installations fostering a sense of domesticity.
The Australian firm designs a commercial building that relates to public space and integrates greenery with the curved facades.
Gaia Cambiaggi documents the architecture of greenhouses in various European countries. Her photographs are exhibited until 13 September at Studio Gibel in Palermo.
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.
Confirmations, comebacks and new perversions. This year, too, the number of proposals exceeds their human application. But not the enthusiasm of at least trying discovering new analogies.
Art enhancing design, design enhancing art – the Molteni group’s new retail format creates a blend of cultural languages.
The Milanese gallery hosts a rich program of exhibitions, events, and artist residencies in its pop-up venue in Palermo’s historic district of Kalsa.
These five books take advantage of quality photography and ideas to transform familiar places and lands into completely unexpected destinations. And transport us to far-off places, even from the comfort of our own homes.
Japanese studio Yu Momoeda Architecture Office designed a striking wooden structure that follows fractal geometry.
The exhibition and lecture series of Het Nieuwe Instituut aim to investigate the conflict between man and nature.
Through a series of rares images and sketches from the Pininfarina archive, Domus celebrates the acclaimed designer, responsible for some of the most beautiful and important automobiles in history.
At the Central Pavilion in the Giardini, Cino Zucchi has constructed an overview of Caccia Dominioni’s highly personal way of conceiving architecture.
All the projects selected for the XXV edition of the ADI award for Italian design, including product design, graphics and museum installations.