Twenty-three years after the G3 Model, Apple reboots its popular all-in-one with a wide selection of colours and a stunning design drawn from the iPad Pro's playbook.
In Hangzhou, China, the Danish studio presented the new Oppo headquarters, a tower articulated by a ring shape that will combine the company activities with spaces dedicated to the public.
The curious cases of the Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles and the Ansonia Hotel in New York: although shared similar ambitions and past turbulences during their history, the different surroundings and class conditions produced a totally different outcome.
Mikou Studio Architects weaves the old façade of a Renault plant in Boulogne-Billancourt into the complex of a new school, which integrates with the city and becomes a metaphor for urban regeneration.
Through projects and visions by Junya-Ishigami+Associates, Katarsis, Neri Oxman and others, the new issue of Domus is all about the relationship between man and his constructions on one side, and nature on the other.
For everyone, but especially those involved in architecture, it may make sense today to approach the Apocalypse, the zero point of the sense of the end of time.
In the famous banlieue of the French capital, a 19th-century house finds an intimate reconfiguration through the rarefied design of Clément Lesnoff-Rocard and Gil Percal.
After 40 years from its first launch at the 1981 Salone del Mobile in Milan, Memphis Milano relaunches the renowned design icon.
With his visual investigation, French photographer Loïc Vendrame documents the use of kitsch in contemporary urban space, in Turkey and the United Arab Emirates.
In its third episode, the narration of Vico Magistretti through the Domus archive explores the interiors designed by the Milanese master, spatial devices instigating and questioning the act of dwelling.
As the life of the legendary q&a website comes to an end, Domus bids farewell to what in a sense could be considered as an epistemological competitor.
See through in Grosvenor Square’s garden in London is the artist’s latest project for her city.
In Santarém, studio dp arquitectos designs a single-family villa, contrasting the richness of the surrounding landscape with clean lines and white volumes.
How is the relationship between cities and those who narrate them through images changing? Taking a cue from the publication of her new project, entirely shot with an iPhone, we discuss about it with the Italian photographer.
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.
To guide you through horticultural practices in the city and reflect on urban gardens as promoters of environmental sustainability and social cohesion.
Three interconnected wooden modules open onto the landscape: with Field House, Lookofsky Architecture interprets traditional Swedish dwellings in a contemporary way.