The 9th edition of Demanio Marittimo.Km-278 will be held tonight on a beach in Senigallia: discussions and live performances starting from the main topic, Eurotopia.
A selection of walkways bringing visitors through forests and mountains: spirals, curves and stairs in the nature.
Luigi Valente and Mauro di Bona redesign a small-scale monument, focusing both on the rediscovery and the simplification of its ancient signs.
The Swedish manufacturer tributes the HEC and HDC cameras chosen by NASA for space photography with a special edition of its recently announced 907X body and CFV II 50 C digital back.
Guest Editor Winy Maas introduces the topics of the new issue of Domus: the positive impact of Green Dip on the city and on an urban level, the transformation of a building in São Paulo, the infrastructure to safely organise the annual Hajj pilgrimage.
In just a couple of years they've conquered the cities. And it’s just the beginning: from technology, data collection and policy implications, to the use of drones in the near future. Here is the interview.
The Inox table is made of industrial materials finished by hand and it’s a combination of opaque and reflective surfaces.
The Dutch designer creates a gigantic textile laboratory in the heart of the Marais in Paris and displays to the public the research, experimentation, tools and materials that lie behind creating a fabric.
The work of the artist Hashem Shakeri, through a palette drained of all vitality, tells the drought and how the resultant crisis is changing the province of Sīstān in Iran.
Together with Akira, the vertical megalopolis is making a comeback. This fictional city has very much inspired our present, and today it feels so real that we wouldn’t know how to imagine it all over again.
The electronic music festival Terraforma succeeded once again in revealing staggering experimental sounds and new atmospheres within bucolic settings and sustainable architecture.
Estudio Felipe Escudero designs a futuristic nucleus for the growth of bacteria dedicated to bioseeding with a lounge area overlooking the mountains.
The project unites three arts institutions – a theatre, cinema and contemporary art gallery – in a single building that frames a view to the Garonne river.
The journey into the archives of the Basilicata region continues with the exhibition curated by Simone Farresin and Andrea Trimarchi. In an abandoned tuff cave, five large-scale projections and 10 screens offer an analysis of the relationship between man and the environment.
The Franchise Freedom art performance has enlighted NASA Rocket Garden with 300 lights, remembering the great improvement technology made in 1969.