In the heart of a historic neighbourhood, a residential project enhances the value of domestic intimacy among massive volumes, chiaroscuro effects and bright colours.
A new resource of dialogue and inspiration for a global design community. Walter Mariotti, Executive Editor of Domus, and Pier Paolo Peruccio, WDO Board Member, discuss viewpoints on future directions in design.
As summer comes to the end, here is our selection of exhibitions to visit next fall, ranging from Nan Goldin to Marina Abramović, from Prato to South Korea.
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 Dhaka Tower will be the first vertical landmark of the rapidly growing capital of the country.
Everything started in 1975 with Calder and today the series boasts 20 vehicles custom designed by world-renowned artists. Here they are, one by one, starting from the very famous car designed by Andy Warhol.
In the fashion accessory design industry, everything strives to have a dual function, even better if it has a little ‘90s vibe.
A startup is working on an AI-based “post-smartphone” wearable device that allows people to carry a digital personal assistant everywhere. Product placement is already top-notch, as seen during the Paris fashion week.
The magic of the unpredictable, content to be consumed and shared, screens that go landscape and then go portrait again: we discussed this, and creating the imaginary for The Oscars and VMAs, with set designer Matt Steinbrenner.
In Madrid, Burr studio transforms a disused structure into an eclectic refuge while preserving and enhancing the original features.
U.S.-based Smart Tire Company aims to make the tire obsolete by bringing to market wheels made from the same material as NASA’s rovers and designed for micromobility.
The chair was designed with a focus on sustainability, comfort, and adaptability, inspired by the needs of remote work. Antonio Citterio illustrates it to Domus.
Today marks the birth of Michelangelo Merisi, known as Caravaggio. A great painter of prefigurations of the streetwise stories, Caravaggio reaches the zenith in his religious works, revolutionizing their language. The two versions of one of his most famous works, Supper at Emmaus, show this clearly.
During the Chicago Architecture Biennial, the firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill presented a pavilion made entirely of Bio-Block Spiral, an experimental brick capable of sequestering carbon dioxide from the air.
A four-stage portrait of the far Northeast: Trieste, one of Italy’s lesser-known “capitals”; Muggia, on the coast; Casarsa della Delizia, the town of Pasolini’s mother; and Aquileia, a former capital of the Roman Empire, now a destination for sophisticated tourists in Birkenstocks.
Between San Siro and City Life, the 50s building will be transformed for Coima in an innovative project for management: Ivory.