Two separate concepts by designers Andrew Fabishevskiy and Simon Grytten try to envision a new transportation solution for future missions to the Moon and Mars.
As a consequence of the health emergency, the Milanese design event has been officially postponed to the end of summer, from 5 to 10 September 2021.
The health emergency has brought new needs, considering these projects as strategic design “would allow the emergence of broader perspectives”.
Binst Architects redevelops a former warehouse in the port of Antwerp to house its new headquarters. The project represents the multiple souls of the firm.
“Architecture. Sculpture. Remembrance” is a research that became a book and an itinerant exhibition, now available online. We interviewed curator Boštjan Bugarič, discussing why the heritage of SFRY carries a lesson for today.
The volume designed by Case-Real in Kanagawa bends gently to accommodate a large mulberry tree and to generate a formal and functional division of the spaces of the house.
Green, lavender and grey combine with brass in the shop for the Colombian sunglasses and frames brand Breathe.
Who will curate Domus after David Chipperfield? On Thursday 3 December at 10 am we will announce the name of the Guest Editor 2021 in live streaming.
The Casa Quattro by LCA architetti in Magnano is a successful experiment on the topic of energy efficiency and its diverse possible aesthetics.
In Giorni come stanze journalist and curator Emilia Giorgi reads the places we inhabit as if they were extensions of our bodies.
Sergio Buttiglieri, style director of Sanlorenzo Yacht, recounts the return to water of the master of minimalism, who will develop a new metal superyacht.
The Indian studio catalogues the elements that characterise the perception of the physical world in which we live as a stratification of our cultural evolution.
In his new book Architettura in Quarantena, Lotus magazine’s director reflects on the spontaneous transformation underwent by urban spaces during this pandemic.
It is called Sleevenote and shows the covers of music albums with print-like definition, on a display whose size is close to that of 7-inch vinyl discs.
Five studios imagine a new kind of contemporary space in Total Space, curated by Damian Fopp and Matylda Krzykowski at the Museum für Gestaltung.