On Domus 1020, the article “Jesrzy Seymour. Revolution or bust!” is about the work of Berlin-based designer. With domusweb.it he deepens some themes related to education.
The first Muji Hotel opens in China broadcasting the company’s “anti-gorgeous, anti-cheap“ philosophy.
The Director of the Cologni Foundation for the Métiers d’Art reflects on the powerful yet fragile world of Italian excellence, without hiding his longing for change.
Alessandro Scandurra ci parla di Sarca 356, un complesso di uffici formato da un edificio nuovo e dalla ristrutturazione di una struttura esistente.
Past Present Future is a series of interviews by Gianpiero Venturini from Itinerant Office. Cino Zucchi is the seventh of the architects to be interviewed.
The flush door with jamb in painted glass or aluminium. A proposal fits into Rimadesio’s creative path, defining brand new stylistic possibilities by Rimadesio. Technological quality matched with exclusive aesthetics is able to make Luxor into a primary feature of emerging new interior design solutions
From January 2018, Domus magazine features “Dear Domus”, a column for ideas, images and opinions from our readers. The first one is a drawing by Alessandro Mendini.
Rocha + Carrillo are curating a residential project where clients get to choose a plot, a budget and a renowned architect to design their cabin, on the beautiful landscape of Ensenada, Mexico.
The programme for the forthcoming edition of the leading trade fair for eco-sustainable building promises to be packed with all kinds of events, with conferences, start-up prizes and trends.
Macao presents a project that not only reclaims a long-time abandoned building, but also integrally reinterprets the function of a cultural institution in today’s world.
The voids that interrupt the compact building volume reinterpret Spanish city’s traditional courtyards.
With Andrea Branzi, designer and theoretician, an important figure in the Radical movement and new Italian design, we begin a series of “free reflections” on interior design projects.
At the Silvera Bac showroom in Paris, Fabrica celebrates the beauty of the creative process thorugh a limited-edition glass collection.
Sacred statues or images of Christ, Madonna or even the deceased. The votive kiosks are small architecture that characterise the urban landscape of Naples.