April 15 to 21, the Design Week will condense around the theme of “Materia Natura” a vast panorama of events, exhibitions and installations that will spread throughout Milan, but also beyond its borders, showcasing great comebacks and new entries.
The sci-fi-style portable computer is still a concept to research possible use-case of the innovative technology.
The addition marks an important milestone for one of the most successful Portuguese cultural institutions.
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.
OpenAI, the company that develops chatGPT and DALL-E 3 has set the bar even higher by releasing its first model for generating video.
Among Expo, Biennials and the Serpentine; between Le Corbusier, Ai Weiwei and the Vienna Secession, a small guide to possibly the most unconstrained and experimental architectural typology of recent times.
Designed by Francesco Rota for Desalto, the Heb table is characterized by an aesthetic that is both industrial and refined. Its key element is the metal support beam, which also inspired the product’s name.
The selection places particular emphasis on innovative and sustainable typological solutions, both socially and ecologically.
Determining shapes around the specificity of a wine, the interaction of aromas with the senses: the story of the T-made 75 glass, created for Barolo, is about designing complexity.
During Paris Fashion Week, IKEA will exhibit Annie Leibovitz’s portraits for the Life at Home Report
The IKEA+ exhibition aims to bring together creative environments, making big names and a large space for emerging talent in music, design and photography converge.
There’s a new place in Tokyo where people can relax and reconnect with nature.
From the Domus archive, the visionary design of prestressed beams and translucent walls with which Angelo Mangiarotti, Bruno Morassutti and Aldo Favini placed a milestone in the history of construction and architecture. Right in the outskirts of Milan.
In a combination of dynamic spaces, exposed concrete and brick, and close dialogue with vegetation, the house designed by Equipo de Arquitectura prepares to gracefully register the signs of time.
Originally conceived to offer affordable housing for the masses, the minimalist home also assumed roles as a holiday space and an emergency housing solution, with excellent designers such as Le Corbusier and Norman Foster, producing cult classics such as the igloo houses in Milan.
Although not a perfect model for the future city, the pioneering estate in the City of London is now very popular and still has something to teach.
The rapidly expanding capital city of Ecuador aims to cultivate its focus on contemporary architecture, while also coping with history and landscape.
The artist is on show at the Viasaterna Gallery in Milan, with an exhibition of recent works as the result of a constantly evolving process.
Fantasy object and at the same time design reference for cyberpunk aesthetics, Shotaro Kaneda’s vehicle has been recreated in reality by a Barcelona studio.
The capital’s citizens are concerned about the management of the project, which seems to jeopardize local vegetation and accelerate processes of gentrification.
From image search to real-time translation of phone calls, here’s how artificial intelligence is powering our everyday tasks and changing the way we use our phones.
Jonathan Glazer’s new film is set in the upper-class home of Auschwitz commander Höss, only separated from the concentration camp by a wall. And it finds a new way of talking about the Holocaust.
Real estate development company Human Nature has received official approval for the construction of a neighborhood built entirely of wood and biomaterials within a park in southern England.
In Pantin, OAR has restored a 1930s building, dedicating it to promoting coffee culture, amid historic glass-cement domes, new minimal gestures and respect for the pre-existence.
Even masterworks got lost: we remember the ones that remain, in the history of architecture, crucial testimonies to the era and the thinking of those who designed them.
Assistants, monsters, warriors, metaphors or participants of humanity? We dive into a 1984 exhibition from New York that sought through history to give robots an identity beyond Asimov and Mazinga.
The projects valorize specific forgotten urban nodes with an inclusive and sustainable perspective for the benefit of small communities, positioning as models of virtuous architectural practices for the entire EU.
The Greek artist Andreas X. Angelidakis completed a site-specific work as part of Subbrixia, a contemporary art project for the northern Italian city's metro stations.
Turntable II is a new limited edition artwork by Brian Eno. It blends light and music in unpredictable and fascinating ways.
The Copenhagen-based firm unveiled the project, which will remodel 4.1 million square meters of floor space in New York, with a mixed program ranging from affordable housing to a casino.
The last major work by the maestro of a new global monumentality, the government buildings for the capital of contemporary Bangladesh, was completed years after his death in 1974. While the works were in full development, two of Kahn’s friends and collaborators discussed it with Domus.
Integrated into a context and experienced by the community, these works are not merely a means of cultural dissemination but represent the icon of a metropolis: from the Statue of Liberty to Cattelan’s finger in Milan to many works of the master of the genre, Anish Kapoor.
Nestled at the heart of the Portuguese city, in its dense historical fabric, a residential complex puts an ethereal and essential interior in dialogue with the materials, colors and typological elements of the context.
How can design and sustainability converge? A conversation with Andrea Mulloni, Arper’s Head of Sustainability, explores the answer.