To make the streets safer for pedestrians and cyclists the New York City Council is considering a law that would allow citizens to report illegal parking. The complainant could receive 25 per cent of the fine collected.
Factory International will be completed in 2023: Manchester’s new arts hub is designed by OMA.
Two great paintings recount an epic battle and a much sought-after peace. We are here to narrate them in the wake of current events and the war in Ukraine.
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.
Sneglehusene, BIG’s contribution to the master plan of Nye, a new neighborhood developed in Denmark, has been completed.
The Swedish brand’s latest product in collaboration with Yuri Suzuki looks like a toy; it enables the creation of ultra-analog-sounding lo-fi albums.
85 years ago, Vitale Bramani patented the Carrarmato rubber sole, the starting point of a decades-long experimentation bringing mountaineering and the human being ever closer, combining performance, experience and sustainability.
The sculpture, created by the artist in collaboration with the luggage brand Rimowa, will be available in a limited-edition starting Oct. 7.
Pixel Watch, sporting a round form factor, comes with detachable wristbands and Fitbit integration. Google also presented new smartphones, earbuds, and a new tablet.
Curator Silvana Annicchiarico presents the exhibition that tells Argentina and its capital city about Italian design, which is still little-known, and the equally little-known connections between the two countries when it comes to design.
Right at the heart of the city, the Italian luxury brand’s space wants to break up with the conventional showroom typology aiming at an all new level of experience and customization.
The quest for a combination of business and sustainable change: the recent urban regeneration project aims to offer a common ‘home’ for actors of change in the social, technological, and economic fields, under the banner of sustainability.
The love for vessels, his yearning for continual experimentation, how he came upon polyurethane resin while looking for a pencil, his two current exhibitions, and more stories: we met the New York-based artist in his Brooklyn studio.
Between the Coperni dress-spray, the Loewe sets and the Balenciaga mud show, we look back at the just-concluded fashion week in the French capital.
Designed to offer visitors a “seamless transition between the garden and the city”, CapitaSpring reflects Singapore’s reputation as a garden city.
London-based Studio Egret West signs Mayfield Park, a recently opened park in a former industrial area of the city.
The project for Saudi Arabia’s Marine Life Institute mixes laboratories spaces with underwater expeditions, offering multidimensional and immersive experiences.