“The future begins with art, and it is time to consider artists as World Heritage and protect them as such”: to do so, the project #10cents - ART AT THE SUPERMARKET brings art into everyone’s life, between meat counters and pasta shelves. The proceeds will be donated to the art world.
The outdoor lighting by the japanese design studio for Flos is a sphere that plays with metal frames that are holding it, deforming them.
Ugo La Pietra
A meeting with the Italian architect, artist and designer who describes, through experiences and friendships, the years of radical architecture and “counterdesign”.
In this issue: David Chipperfield visits Jo Noero’s studio, Jasper Morrison and Francesca Picchi trace a genealogy of the wooden box, the work of Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda and more. Browse the gallery and discover the contents of the May issue.
It is now for sale after forty years Casa Lautner, the first house designed by John Lautner, Hollywood’s architect.
Condominy, a project dedicated to the National Cancer Institute, encloses in an imaginary microcosm the rooms to alleviate the estrangement of everyday life.
Owiu – Only Way Is Up – renovates lobby and reception of ADDP architecture studio by playing with volumes to generate a perceptive distortion.
Emblem of versatility, the stool is the free agent of home furnishings: transportable when needed, easily used as a shelf, perfect for sitting but also for resting your feet.
Industrial designer Louis Berger created a fictional product to explore the idea of a phone composed by different tiles, with the detachable camera unit as the independent centerpiece of the device.
With the renovation of a residential building, the Chinese studio Team_Bldg works on interior design, architecture and urban landscape at the same time.
Who am I? Since the myth of Narcissus, self-representation has played an important role in the art and culture of the western world, and it finally culminated in Van Gogh’s work.
Thinking of lunar tourism as a futuristic scenario to overcome light pollution, the Spanish studio Wanna designs an installation that turns a capsule into an imaginary observation point to admire the constellations.
Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo
A conversation with Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo, who has been living in the province of Ragusa for thirty years.
Each layer of the house renovated by Kohan Ratto Arquitectos establishes a specific interaction with the courtyard and the city, seeking different degrees of intimacy with the urban landscape.
Public art in Italian small towns, between travel itineraries and enhancement of intangible cultural heritage
Small towns are now playing an important role in the cultural debate. In Italy, on several occasions, contemporary art has been encouraged to intervene in the public space of these places. Here is how.