It has been a glam gateway off the coast of Long Island since the Sixties attracting names such as Andy Warhol, Liza Minnelli and Yoko Ono. There we met with Charles Renfro and Studio 54 architect Scott Bromley, who told Domus more about the architectural aura of this place.
Pre-set programs, conscious choice of materials, new ways to interact with household appliances, improved interfaces – these are just some of the features that make LG Group's household appliances brand stand out from the competition.
In the Naramata woods of British Columbia, f2a Architecture plans the extension of the former private home of studio director Florian Maurer, which will house the new owners' art collection.
Venice reinvents itself in the year of the pandemic, somehow standing without straying too far from its own matrix. But the “Covid effect” puts in crisis an entire socio-cultural superstructure, that of biennials, triennials and festivals. From Domus 1048.
Based on the articles we published on Domusweb here is an overview of trends that identify new outdoor spaces, including architectural solutions, organization of green spaces and new ways of using furniture.
Commissioned for the educational program of the museum La Capella in Barcelona, the movable seat is designed as a device to make the enjoyment of works of art inclusive.
Studio Bright's brick extension of an Edwardian house presents multifunctional spaces and many details engaging with the neighborhood.
Young designers are inquisitive and free of dogma, they know how to navigate beyond the postulates of the past and they are not afraid to experiment. A tour through new design in Italy.
At today's Unpacked event, streaming live from Seoul, the Korean company presented two new smartphones, two tablets, a smartwatch and the Galaxy Z Fold2, an updated version of its first foldable.
The international design competition jumpthegap awards five projects that make everyday life easier with innovative sanitization systems.
John Wardle Architects and Durbach Block Jaggers Architects respectively design the complex’s gallery and performance space, cooperating to define its impressive envelope.
We present an urban bestiary of Milan in 2020 seen from the future: a series of illustrations (and a story) in which Andrea Rossi sees dinosaurs return in the form of the most iconic buildings of Milan, from the Velasca Tower to the Bosco Verticale.
As a collaborative network, the Dirección General de Arquitectura works on the public dimension of the city since 2015. We discuss its achievements in this interview with Martín Torrado and Ricardo Fernández Rojas, its former and current directors.
Studio Tommasi intervenes on the facade and interiors of the building near Padua, restoring the spaces and elements of the old church modified by previous transformations.
In a former social housing complex near Lecce, Puglia, Giuseppe Arnesano has launched a mini residence for artists and curators inside his courtyard. Next appointment on August 8th at 8 pm with curator Caterina Molteni.