The sixth episode of the Time-Space-Existence series features a short interview with Moshe Safdie, author of the Habitat 67 housing complex in Montréal.
Helsinki. An exhibition by Swedish curator duo Daniel Golling and Gustaf Kjellin comments on the current state of contemporary Finnish design.
Breaking gender stereotyping (like Marianne Brandt), rewriting the rulebooks (like Muriel Cooper) or making their own way (like Kazuyo Sejima), women have changed the world of design.
Curated by Smiljan Radić and Patricio Mardones, with a special contribution by Hans Ulrich Obrist, the new exhibition “Cloud ’68 - Paper Voice” highlights the revolutionary spirit of the radical movement.
An exhibition reflects on the complex bond between narrative and image, featuring drawings inspired by Dante Alighieri’s poem.
Neolith furniture has a minimal thickness that makes of it an ideal partner to cover different wooden or steel structures conferring aesthetic and resistence values to the piece.
In Wrocław in Poland, Buck Studio creates a grill house: the result is sober and geometric, with heavy and natural materials.
Originally published in Domus 943, January 2011, the Olga Baeta and Rubens de Mendonça houses were erected in a period of intense political debate in São Paulo, in Juscelino Kubitschek's Brazil.
The residential building conveys the layered civic realm of the High Line, interpreting its spatial and material qualities.
Stories, bulletins, archives, and nostalgia: a conversation with Alba Solaro and Matteo Milaneschi encompassing from ancient palazzi to stories being reconstrued.
In her show “The Year of the Whale“ hosted at Fogo Island Gallery the Berlin-based artist reflects on our domineering attitude towards the environment.
The founder of Atelier Lavit talks about his challenge to re-thinking the aesthetics of contemporary ecolodges immersed in the landscape.
The Arch, a social experimental laboratory for construction that engaged with the community of the Belgian mining city.