For the Belgian studio, understanding building processes and the logistics of architectural components helps to dissect a few challenging moot points regarding contemporary times.
According to the president of Luxy, opportunities are a matter of encounters and fusions, but always remembering to remain faithful to tradition.
The German carmaker is testing the concept of a charging station that will provide a luxury fast-charging experience to the owners of its electric cars.
Geometry is the focus of the June issue of Domus. As guest editor Tadao Ando recounts, it is the fundamental principle of human creations. From architecture to art and design, it is the testimony of our civilization’s passage on earth.
Elba, Sicily, Ibiza: Domus has illustrated, throughout its history, the interest in building on islands and spontaneous architecture. But the “idea of island” can also enter the walls of a house in the city.
Christian Hammer Juhl and Jade Chan present their latest design collection entitled Reflective Flames, a series of wall mounted candle holders in aluminum foil.
Designed by French architect Marc Barani, the winery of Les Davids estate looks for an integrated and respectful approach both with the landscape and with the wine making process.
Combining a traditional building method with numerically controlled fabrication, Vuild has erected a guest house that counters the decline of local forestry and promotes family visits.
Milan in transformation
The project for the renovation of one of Milan’s major squares is a dangerous precedent of alienation of a collective asset, the outcome of a negotiation between public and private actors based on controversial criteria.
Asked to design a pavilion for the display of big ships at the Fiera del Mare in Genoa in 1963, the Italian architect conceived a small construction with views of actual ships in transit.
A design student envisioned this quirky modular car as the outcome of a fictional partnership between IKEA and Renault.
From cartography to food, via Bruce Sterling’s grandfather, the designer shares flashes of his Weltanschauung, and explains why craftsmanship and design are two different things – and why they should remain so.
The project of LVMH is characterized by an extensive program, which will include a new building by Sanaa among the existing ones, is finally about to reopen. It took 15 years to complete the renovation.
The curator of the African Diaspora Pavilion at the next London Design Biennale 2021 tells us about his vision of the world and design as an opportunity to get closer to people.
A place of mass holidays and suspension of time, now the new Silk Road could restore the eastern coast of the Italian peninsula to its strategic role as a gateway to the East.
Spanish studio MUT Design has designed five wooden pavilions to showcase the best 50 creative practices in Valencia, which will be the World Design Capital in 2022.