“Queerness can save us”, Adam Nathaniel Furman tells Domus. The designer is the author of Queer Spaces, an atlas of LGBTQIA+ places edited together with architectural historian Joshua Mardell: we've selected six projects presented in the seminal volume.
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“Everything is still open and unfinished, and that’s why the world continues.”
Bjarke Ingels′s architecture studio revealed its Biosphere treehouse for the Treehotel, in Swedish Lapland.
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.
Surrounded by breathtaking natural scenery on sheer cliffs, in the countryside or in the woods, six wonders of Italian architecture designed by Gio Ponti, Carlo Scarpa and more are claiming a new, lucky owner.
Halfway between a timeless monument and a flexible hub for promoting culture at all levels, the Norwegian National Museum is the largest exhibition space dedicated to art, architecture and design in Scandinavia.
The Spanish brand’s new furnishings and accessories, created with the Belgian designer, are characterised by clean geometries.
Furminger Studio designs a single-family house with rooms, pathways and courtyards traced by concrete walls, which wrap around the pre-existing dwelling.
The gardens will host throughout the summer four wooden pavilions, revisiting the concept of the hut as a poetic and convivial place, a crossroads of different cultures and disciplines.
Every Window a Garden is a renovated semi-detached building body with open spaces facing the garden and transparent acrylic tiles to make direct contact with the elements.
Among the winners there are buildings of different scales and typologies, but united by sustainability, innovation, and attention to the community.
Digital city models could prove to be a important analysis and simulation device in the race towards sustainable urban cores. The cases of Orlando and Singapore.
Developed by two cult companies such as Panic and Teenage Engineering, this handheld console, reimagining a classic with surprising contemporary elements, is the evidence that there is still room for thinking different in technology design.
An overview of the design of the most common of seats, and particularly of its anonymous side, starting from a great classic – the Pisa chair.
For the southern suburb of Milan, where Domus has its headquarters, the great Italian designer designed an ambitious and irreverent work, a double vertical cemetery. We feature it as part of our Forgotten Architectures series.
The Shunchang Museum acts as a link between the urban fabric and the natural landscape, and between an ancient culture and the pulsating, dynamic rhythms of the contemporary city.