The fifth episode of the Time-Space-Existence series features a short interview with Fumihiko Maki, one of the world’s foremost living modernists.
Andrea Tabocchini and Francesca Vittorini arranged a workshop with international volunteers and the local community to build a wooden and earth school.
The response of Luisa Collina, Head of the School of Design at Milan Polytechnic, to the recent decision by the Consiglio di Stato banning undergraduate and post-graduate courses taught only in English.
At the Federico Vavassori Gallery in Milan, the exhibition “Umbratile con brio” looks back over the projects of the designer and artist Cinzia Ruggeri into clothing as experiential architecture.
Design Parade 2018: a contest rewarding designers with personal exhibitions, collaborations and much more
Contests are open to young designers and architects, free registration and online until 1st of March. All are invited to submit their enrollment on the website.
When not in use, the frameless pleated Fly insect screen fully retracts out of sight into the frame. Sky-Frame Fly can cover openings of up to more than 3 metres in height. It allows residents to enjoy summer weather without being plagued by insects.
The pivoting window by Velux is a window frame with a classic and versatile wooden design. It is available in two different finishes, in pine wood (GGL) or in wood with a white polyurethane finish (GGU). Equipped with internal laminated safety glass for residential areas, compliant with the EN ISO 7697 standard, it is made with the ThermoTecnology ™ system to implement the insulating performance of the window.
No limitations for light fittings, switches and telephone wires thanks to the patented Luce system by Eclisse: the first sliding door system which allows you to install electric wiring and housing for thermostats, sockets and electrical boxes.
In Domus 1021, February 2018, Cherubino Gambardella writes a letter to Michele De Lucchi.
Neri & Hu reconstruct a rigidly orthogonal structure based on Chinese tradition. Read the text by Wang Shu, published in Domus 1021, February 2018
Thought and pleasure are the key words from the keynote lecture which will inaugurate the academic year at the ISIA in Faenza. Iacchetti describes a typically Italian way to interpret the work of a designer.
Italian architecture firm Nine designed a tailor-made interior for Zero-e ice cream cafe in the old town centre of Isola del Liri, near Frosinone.
Designed by Spanish architect Marià Castelló Martínez, the house features a sequence of patios, panoramic views, walkways and surprising spaces.
A 500-object exhibition curated by Germano Celant testifies in Milan the political and social metamorphosis of Italy during a time of global conflict.
Just like ancient Renaissance schools, IED Barcelona Design University combines theoretical research with the real, many-sided dimension of the design profession.
At the Fondazione Achille Castiglioni, an exhibition turns into an unforgettable birthday celebration, described here in the words spoken and objects chosen by Zaven, Odo Fioravanti, Zanellato/Bortotto, Analogia Project and others.
“Thumbs That Type & Swipe: The DIS Edutainment Network” presents a series of videos made with artists, writers and video makers.