The project by Práctica Arquitectura combines abstract shapes and local traditions in a system of solids and voids developing from a patio.
Designed by the Dutch firm GAAGA, Forest Bath is a circular piece of architecture embedded in the Bosrijk Forest Park, with which it forms a connection that is more than just aesthetic.
The house, organically shaped, is a real living sculpture, a manifesto of architecture surrounded by nature.
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.
Research studio AMO, the “analytical center” of the Office of Metropolitan Architecture, designed the fast fashion’s brand new store in the center of the city.
Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang challenges the power of a destructive material, using it to create beauty and promote human cohesion.
At the crossroads of fine cuisine and scenography, Luca Pronzato’s studio reimagines temporary dining as a total experience infused with taste, space, and, above all, objects.
From the Domus archives, a visionary reflection by Michele De Lucchi and a journey through the idea of workspace proposed by design 40 years ago, amidst the pressures of evolving information technology, flexibility and the last expressions of space-age fantasies.
Different configurations within a precast concrete structure: the house designed by Iñaki Harosteguy is an experimental project that evokes the work of Sol Lewitt.
From Paris to Shanghai to New York, we explore 11 major metro networks where architecture enables the transition from non-places of circulation to iconic and highly charged infrastructural landmarks.
Nikon Z f, the Japanese brand’s latest mirrorless, pairs technical advancements, and a full-frame sensor, with a body explicitly inspired to one of the most celebrated 35mm cameras of all time.
Suspended over the country’s busiest highway, the Køge North Station Bridge serves as a catalyst for growth and development in the area.
The Van Gogh Museum will host an interactive installation to introduce children to art thanks to Satoshi Tajiri's animals, which will likely attract fans of all ages.
The British photographer, who was first featured by National Geographic at the age of 17, has spent his life traveling to tell the story of indigenous peoples increasingly threatened by globalization.
Commissioned by the country's Ministry of Housing, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill is leading the design of a city capable of housing 20,000 new homes.
This year’s exhibition project includes over 100 works and more than sixty artists. But above all, it engages in a profound dialogue with the city and its history, including the most recent and tragic chapter marked by the devastating 2009 earthquake.