In a few years, the footwear company founded in 2006 in Tokyo has attracted a global audience. Combining Japanese design tradition with the outdoor fashion and casualwear market.
An unused parkland was transformed into a colourful complex of independent residences for the city’s unhoused.
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.
The architect and president of the Triennale will take charge of the “recovery” edition, an innovative concept open to the public.
Guest editor Tadao Ando talks about his vision of the landscapes of the future, Jordi Bellmunt Chiva analyzes the challenges of landscape design, Tomoki Kato takes us on a tour of Japan's new gardens. Browse the gallery and discover the contents of the magazine.
Horizn Studios launches Circle One, a sustainable piece of luggage, realized with 100% plant-based materials and designed to be repaired.
“Così fan tutti”: an exhibition about Jägermeister's decade-long Italian ad campaign of the '70s and '80s
A new exhibition in Bolzano traces the story of the campaign that subverted the rules of advertising by scouting everyday people as subjects creating a cross-generational compendium of the evolution of Italian aesthetics.
The square is currently one of the city's most important, crowded and chaotic traffic hubs. The competition for the redevelopment was won by a team led by Ceetrus Nhood. The goal is to create an “open-air green plaza”.
To pay tribute to the German architect, who died last 8 May, we have retrieved some of his most significant works from the Domus archive.
With the E-Pilen concept, Husqvarna confirms it’s serious about electric motorbikes: the new bike will come in 2022, will feature a swappable battery and could revolutionize the European e-motorbike market.
The pandemic has triggered a process of overhauling the way we work in a way that hasn't happened since the industrial revolution. What will its effects be?
Optimism, activism and altruism are the values behind the work of Stéphanie Bru and Alexandre Theriot, aka Bruther, winners of the seventh edition of the Swiss Architectural Award 2020.
Design Educate Awards selected 80 projects from five continents for their ability to have a positive, long-term impact on our planet.
Interior doors, armoured doors, fire doors, but also parquet, boiserie, walk-in wardrobes and furnishing systems: Garofoli Group offers a wide range of integrated solutions for interiors.
In 1967 Kevin Roche and John Dinkeloo designed a new type of building in New York: a lush and bright courtyard where people could work sheltered from the pollution and surrounded by nature.
In the centre of Mexico, Fabian M Escalante H | arquitectos designed a home that adapts to the slopes of the land, entrusting materials with the task of confronting the severe nature that surrounds it.
Antropico Entropico, a series of three carpets for Nodus Rug, translates satellite images into fabric: geographical elements are decomposed and reassembled in a disorderly way to create new patterns.