Each flat is slightly different from all the others, and they all have off standard spaces and measurements, to eventually adapt to unexpected future uses.
Michael Neumayr design for Dornbracht an energetic and minimalist dome with four flow modes, from the circular shower that embrace the body cocoon-like to a summer rain.
The French designers talk about their first solo exhibition now underway at a gallery in Copenhagen, where the room is lit up by their sunny furniture and objects from the Riviera.
In London, at Edel Assanti gallery, the Tel Aviv- born artist shows twelve works, surveying gay cruising spots, from bathhouses to parks.
Vertical house on Mars, the Apple Store in Milan and much more. Here the collection of the best articles taken from domusweb during the summer of 2018.
The crustacean has been inspiring engineers and designers for decades. The architectural composition of the Sri Lankan crab results in an ingenious culinary creation, popular across the global dining scene.
Light and free like a butterfly, extending and folding like a folding screen, ORIGAMI, designed by Alberto Meda, is an electric plug&play radiator that liaises with its surroundings.
Square mirror with lacquered metal frame, mocha or burnished brass finish. Central mirror available in different shades.The new dimensions of the Visual mirrors create original reflections thanks to the different shades and to their modularity. They furnish private and public spaces with a refined simplicity and allow to create large compositions.
Arteparco, an annual exhibition project celebrating the Unesco national park of Abruzzo, launches its first sustainable site specific art installation.
Sunbeds, director’s chair and bean bags for an unconventional lifestyle, inspired by the grace and the bold sense of colour of the past.
From the re-opening of the Thomas Cook and Mark Twain hotel to new galleries: the creative heart of Tel Aviv has moved south, between the centre and the Arab quarter of Jaffa.
Designed by Studio Weave, this pavillion located in the garden of Northolt’s Belvue School, is a house in the woods, a domestic and dreamlike space thought for students with severe learning difficulties.
In the South of France a collective show aims to subvert new feminism codes, encompassing artists from Gery Georgieva to Rebecca Ackroyd, from Laure Prouvost to Zanele Muholi.
We went to find the craftsman in his (obsessively tidy) workshop in the Cremona countryside and asked him about his hybrid work blending time-worn techniques and latest-generation materials.
Alexander von Vegesack
Does living in the countryside together with complete strangers, observing nature, having fun and getting your hands right into the materials help to become a better designer?
BAAS Arquitectura designs a second skin made out of brick latticework that entirely wraps the building up, turning it into an abstract volume.
The Dutch designer duo presents Sun+, a research project on sun protection that explores shapes, manufacturing techniques and fabrics that protect the skin from overexposure to the sun.