Do Ho Suh: 348 West 22nd Street is the installation by the Korean artist reproducing his ground-floor apartment in New York City. A domestic space exploring issues like home and displacement.
Paris-based and Beirut-born architect Ghotmeh introduces us to Stone Garden, the soon-to-be-completed first project in her hometown. We asked her about how her geography has shaped her methodology, named “Archaeology of the Future”.
A symbolic space of state authority and the nerve of Istanbul, Taksim Square is the place where governments have tried to leave a mark, or erase that of their predecessors, generating an unresolved and indefinite public space.
A sneak peek at Domus November issue, the last one under the guest direction of Winy Maas.
The development of timber structures for tall buildings is a strategic measure to reduce the environmental impact of the construction industry, in view of a demand for housing that is expected to surge by 2030.
The anniversary of the demolition of the most famous wall in history is an opportunity to reflect on the walls of yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Japanese architect Joe Chikamori integrates the living room and garden into a large, bright and open space.
The upcoming five-storey building provides views on the city and terraces, together with reading rooms and recording studios.
The Light Middle East Awards recognise the protagonists of lighting design in the Middle East metropolis. Linea Light Group was one of the protagonists of the event with two awards won.
“Lacittàintorno” is an urban regeneration programme supported by the City of Milan. The last instalment of this series is dedicated to the spontaneously stratified peripheral areas along Via Padova.
Exactly 30 years after the falling of the Berlin wall opens in Trento “100 marchi”, a photographic exhibition that retrace the German reunification from an unusual point of view.
The German brand has unveiled the successor to the first SL with some slight design changes, new controls on the back and a 4K Cine mode for cinema-level manual video recording.
The exhibition “Michael Rakowitz. Imperfect Binding” presents major artworks envisioned in the artist’s over-twenty-year practice traversing architecture, archaeology, ritual cooking practices and geopolitics.
On October 30, 1963, Lamborghini unveiled its first car. To celebrate the Italian brand and its design history, Domus republishes this interview with the designer of iconic supercars like Lamborghini Countach and Miura.
The Danish architecture studio is the winner of the competition for New Arctic whale watching attraction. The Whale is a cultural building that aims to increase the understanding of these animals and preserve the marine life.
The Second Russian Architecture Biennale for Young Architects is the perfect occasion to learn more about the republic that is currently serving as an example for the Russian Federation - and its approach to public spaces, from which any other city should draw inspiration.