Past Present Future is a series of interviews by Gianpiero Venturini from Itinerant Office. Nanne de Ru, founder of Powerhouse Company, is the fourth of the architects to be interviewed.
Delicate in its gestures and always accessible, Barber & Osgerby's works express themselves through bright colors and clear shapes. Their latest project for Vitra follows this approach.
The role of the architect in society, space debris and future organisms. The interview with Daan Roosegaarde is a call to action for all creatives.
On show in Berlin an exhibition at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt on the role of cultural power during the cold war. The interview with the curator.
London-based Gilles Retsin Architecture has completed a temporary pavillion in Tallin, using lego-like building blocks made of CNC-cutted plywood.
The Slope system is the key to inclined sliding windows. The inclined glass units can either extend into the room or project outwards from the facade. The system meets all Sky-Frame standards while generating a distinctive spatial geometry. The bearing assembly is able to accommodate all vertical and horizontal forces, thereby achieving superior running performance. Sky-Frame Slope is available in double-glazed and triple-glazed units.
TheSize takes you on a trip to Iran with this contemporary twist on Iranian Gray Stone. The Neolith design incorporates a richer, industrial grey tone, with white veins etched onto the backdrop in contradicting directions. This slab pays tribute to the recently deceased and incredibly talented Zaha Hadid, a true inspiration to the architectural community.
In December’s issue: the last editorial by Nicola Di Battista, the power station at the Foz Tua Dam by Souto de Moura, the Zuidblock by Hans Kollhoff and the Motoazabu house by Tadao Ando. The supplement is a special issue on Michele De Lucchi.
pH+ realised a residential complex on a hillside north of London, featuring carefully selected materials that are used in sensitive and pragmatic ways.
The Belgian practice conceived a circular scheme to analyse the elements of sustainability that is the base of their projects.
Immediately becoming an urban landmark, the Amphithéâtre Cogeco by Atelier Paul Laurendeau features a cantilivered tapered red roof.
Torre Velasca and Palazzo dell’Arte, two fundamental locations for their architectural and design-related content, are hosting the American artist Nick Mauss, whose work is illuminated and viewable around the clock.
The Portuguese studio designed the scenography for the Teatro Rivoli in Porto, introducing a set of contradictions.
José Neves used cork to transform the square of the Belém Cultural Center in Lisbon, covering the existing limestone facades.
Without the Afsluitdijk dike there would be no Netherlands. That’s why the Dutch government asked someone very special to update it. With no electricity, of course.
Domus is starting a new cycle. For the coming 10 years, 10 consecutive famous architects will alternate at the editorial helm until Domus’s 100th anniversary.