Sella Concept has renovated an old industrial building in London, creating an innovative and flexible office space.
Scottish artist uses heterogeneous materials in her art pieces realized in the specific spaces of the gallery.
The co-curator Pino Brugellis speaks about the exhibition at the Strozzina Centre for Contemporary Culture which, for the first time ever, brings together the radical movement, with 320 pieces by Archizoom, Remo Buti, 9999, Gianni Pettena, Superstudio, UFO and Zziggurat.
At the Fondazione Carriero in Milan, the exhibition “Sol LeWitt. Between the lines” takes back to nowadays the American artist.
At the Prada Foundation’s Milan Osservatorio, with the all-blue and red fitting by OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen, 36 new shots by Stefano Graziani examine the role of photography, between perception and representation.
The Slope system is the key to inclined sliding windows. The inclined glass units can either extend into the room or project outwards from the facade. The system meets all Sky-Frame standards while generating a distinctive spatial geometry. The bearing assembly is able to accommodate all vertical and horizontal forces, thereby achieving superior running performance. Sky-Frame Slope is available in double-glazed and triple-glazed units.
TheSize takes you on a trip to Iran with this contemporary twist on Iranian Gray Stone. The Neolith design incorporates a richer, industrial grey tone, with white veins etched onto the backdrop in contradicting directions. This slab pays tribute to the recently deceased and incredibly talented Zaha Hadid, a true inspiration to the architectural community.
Julio Rölle and Sebastian Bagge from 44Flavours will present an exhibition in Milan on music instruments, and a workshop on masks. One was made for Domusweb readers.
Past Present Future is a series of interviews by Gianpiero Venturini from Itinerant Office. Kees Christiaanse, founder of Rotterdam-based KCAP, is the first of the architects to be interviewed.
Over the next two months MAXXI sets the stage for telling stories about design, art films and the relationship between architecture and art photography. To complete the cultural programme is an installation by the international collective from Beijing, the Institute for Provocation, called “The Independent”, that focuses on spaces for independent thinking.
Work by Nanda Vigo is at the centre of major rediscovery by institutions, galleries and collectors. The Domus archives contain highlights of her path from young Milanese woman to today’s iconic figure.
The brick house by Korean studio Obba features a curved fence wall that defines the relationship between private spaces and the countryside.
To give more light to a Victorian flat in London, design office Russian For Fish transformed the kitchen and staircase into a colour well.
Designed by Studio Nunziati, a space for hospitality in Doha sets new standards in terms of the quality of materials and components, starting with the floor and wall surfaces by Fiandre.
A temporary project by Catalan architects Anna and Eugeni Bach is covering the precious materials of Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion and turning it into a 1:1 scale model of itself.
Artist Asad Raza uses headquarters of the architectural firm CLS Architetti to play tennis.
Using existing objects, Paris-based studio List designed a series of temporary installations in Aarhus, which change the perception of the harbour.
Syn Architects has renovated a former resort by the Jinhai Lake, in China, using natural local materials such as firewood, pebble stone and wood to coexist in harmony with the surrounding landscape.