A new green area in the Apulian city opens to the public, where walls of Lecce stone provide the setting for the Portuguese architect’s project.
This question laid the foundation for the latest episode of Places, the event organized by Lualdi to delve into the role of design in defining our living spaces.
Now you can share your work through a new function by Domus where you can upload your architecture, design, interior, graphics, illustration, photography and art projects.
The company announces System Two, a new supercomputer powered by three 133-Qubit Heron Processors. And it looks exactly how you would expect a modular quantum supercomputer to look like.
A journey that starts with the announcement of 3 new cars, with an ambitious electrification strategy, a new sales network, a renewed Corporate Identity and a new distribution model.
In the Quadrilatero della Moda, Berlin-based Lotto Studio has created a space for the footwear brand that aims to be capable of both displaying and welcoming.
A selection of this year’s most important buildings and published interventions, expressions of the high collective value of architecture, from housing to services to cultural spaces.
The annual conference on the future of cities hosted by Domus has taken place today, at ADI Design Museum in Milan.
From healthcare, through education and solidarity: the new issue of Brera|z investigates the future d Milan starting with current challenges.
With its tenth issue, DomusAir turns its lens on climate change, reading it from the perspective of the climate challenge. It's not just a play on words: this challenge must become everyone's challenge.
The two firms have won the competition for the Wisperweide school in Weesp, in the Netherlands: an innovative project in every aspect.
The pair of towers in the Meatpacking District draws inspiration from the concept of a good neighborhood.
The fusion of fashion and architecture enhances utilitarianism and functionality, setting a new standard in contemporary clothing: it happens in the collections of designers such as Virgil Abloh, Massimo Osti, and Samuel Ross.
In 1963, the great designer and architect, born 110 years ago, completed a work that would become symbolic of his language, as well as of Milan as a growing city, evolving by reflecting on its own character.
A tiny renovation project, the winner of Holcim Awards 2023 Gold prize, maximizes the social contribution of architecture in building identity of community and place.