From the Unicredit to the Velasca Tower in Milan via Naples, Rome, and Turin, we discover the over-100-meter-tall Italian buildings that have become contemporary landmarks, in the footsteps of skyscrapers in the United States and beyond.
As a bridge between functional needs and the right to beauty, Studioninedots has shaped the massive volume of a high-density social housing complex.
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.
A journey that starts with the announcement of 3 new cars, with an ambitious electrification strategy, a new sales network, a renewed Corporate Identity and a new distribution model.
Ironically responding to the race for superlatives in hospitality architecture, a project that turns spatial constraints into opportunities perpetuates a reflection on minimal space with deep roots in history.
A team of researchers in the United States has developed an innovative type of concrete enriched with endospores that could mark a breakthrough in constructions.
We visited 75.9, the latest house designed by Omer Arbel in Vancouver. Bocci’s creative director returns to architecture after years of design and materials experimentation.
The late 19th-century village built by Cristoforo Crespi in the province of Bergamo illuminates a unique parabola where manufacturing and life were artificially composed.
Envelope, cavity and void are articulated in a recent design by Has, to enhance the emotional experience of living in close contact with nature.
Azabudai Hills is a new neighborhood that includes an ambitious mixed-use program and 24,000 square meters of public green space.
967arch and Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia have reimagined the residual space between the buildings seeking to break free from the stereotypes of degradation.
In 1988 the Italian architect and theorist presented on Domus one of his most famous urban scale projects, through which his reflections were tested for translation into the real city.
The sculptor’s American years, between Berkeley and Stanford in the late Sixties, were an initiation to a new way of understanding art and shapes. An exhibition in Milan recounts this untold story.
The renovation of an apartment in southern Spain pays homage to local colors and materials, distributing life and work around a space that echoes the Japanese engawa.
Canadian firm Provencher Roy recently completed the construction of a bridge made entirely of a special type of concrete that uses recycled glass in the mix.
Early successes, collaboration with Le Corbusier, Japan, simplicity and innovation: the French designer, born 120 years ago, author of several milestones in furniture history, gave us in 1988 a lucid manifesto for the elaboration of the human habitat.