With his visual investigation, French photographer Loïc Vendrame documents the use of kitsch in contemporary urban space, in Turkey and the United Arab Emirates.
To guide you through horticultural practices in the city and reflect on urban gardens as promoters of environmental sustainability and social cohesion.
The curious cases of the Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles and the Ansonia Hotel in New York: although shared similar ambitions and past turbulences during their history, the different surroundings and class conditions produced a totally different outcome.
Three interconnected wooden modules open onto the landscape: with Field House, Lookofsky Architecture interprets traditional Swedish dwellings in a contemporary way.
Through projects and visions by Junya-Ishigami+Associates, Katarsis, Neri Oxman and others, the new issue of Domus is all about the relationship between man and his constructions on one side, and nature on the other.
With Courtyards Dialogue, a group of architects led by Salah El Din Samir Hareedy won the UNESCO competition to rebuild the Iraqi city's mosque.
Announced the winners of all the competition's categories. British photographer Craig Easton wins Photographer of the Year.
Juiced Bikes launched a new version of its popular moped-style bike. It has a larger battery, a more powerful motor and still looks very much like the famous Italian moped Ciao, by Piaggio.
In the 1960s, Kevin Roche and John Dinkeloo designed a new type of architectural building in New York: a lush and bright courtyard where people could work sheltered from the pollution and surrounded by nature. From Domus Archive.
In its third episode, the narration of Vico Magistretti through the Domus archive explores the interiors designed by the Milanese master, spatial devices instigating and questioning the act of dwelling.
Designed by Marjan van Aubel Studio, it is recharged by a sophisticated system of solar cells made by ECN.TNO.
A project inspired by land and grapes. Architect Andrea Mannocci creates a building that relates to the environment and celebrates the geometric form of the circle.
Albers strongly believed that photography was a universal visual language, and a very important starting point for communication. Anni and Josef Albers’ travels to Mexico represent a unique opportunity to delve into the artist's artistic research.
The Chilean writer, author of one of the most discussed books of recent years, in a conversation ranging from Lovecraft’s weird scenarios to experimental urban utopias as Soleri’s Arcosanti.
Recent studies show that investments in cycling infrastructures encourage bike commuting. A trend initiated during the pandemic that could help drastically reduce emissions.
For the Casa Wabi Art Foundation on the outskirts of Puerto Escondido, Alvaro Siza has created an open pavilion where children can learn craftsmanship in pottery following traditional techniques.