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.
A new location but the same formula for the event that, since 2018, has been connecting architecture and related disciplines in an attempt to chart the course towards a fairer urban future
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.
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.
Artificial intelligence-enhanced editing features are increasingly common and accessible, even on smartphones. But the foundation that runs the World Press Photo excludes the use of AI from the award.
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.
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.
A new resource of dialogue and inspiration for a global design community. Walter Mariotti, Executive Editor of Domus, and Pier Paolo Peruccio, WDO Board Member, discuss viewpoints on future directions in design.
The renowned photographer explores our impact on Earth, urging us to embrace sustainable change for the future.
In Palazzo Bellini, in the center of Oleggio, in Piedmont, works from the prestigious collection of Laura and Luigi Giordano are on display: SPA | Spazio Per Arte, is born.
London-based Ink Design Studio has created a new CG rendition of the 1969 McLaren M6GT for its Plainbody series, which collects minimalist, modern renderings of great vintage cars.
In Berlin, for the sixth edition of The Wrong Biennale, the digital art exhibition that can be visited online from anywhere in the world, the New Float pavilion appeared on the site of the new museum by Herzog & de Meuron.
In 1974 Domus reviewed an exhibition in New York that investigated the “technoself”, human beings with all the portable, technological everyday extensions of their body, turning them into “the ultimate decentralized city”.
From Scotland to Ethiopia, from South Africa to Illinois, piezometric towers sometimes go beyond hydraulic engineering to become tools for territorial identity.