The Burkina Institute of Technology is the perfect example of how clay experimentation and technical innovation make it possible to optimize the construction phase and tackle climate-related problems.
Born in San Francisco in the late 1970s as a symbol of gay pride, today it's a global emblem, so popular that cases of rainbow-washing are not uncommon. We tell its story on the occasion of World Pride month.
Designed with Beyer Blinder Belle in the former Mid-Manhattan Library, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library is given a “wizard hat” to house a lecture hall as well as the only free-access rooftop terrace in the borough.
Geometry is the focus of the June issue of Domus. As guest editor Tadao Ando recounts, it is the fundamental principle of human creations. From architecture to art and design, it is the testimony of our civilization’s passage on earth.
The pavilion highlights how the modernist project of abundance has deeply transformed the landscape of the land contended between Israel and Palestine.
Studio Rossettini Architettura renovates an old, abandoned building by inserting a steel and glass structure in the central courtyard: an intervention designed to improve circulation and guarantee flexibility.
“One and many” at the same time, the structure proposed by Sou Fujimoto Architects will consist of a central pylon and 99 minor towers. Seen from above it will look like a group of islands floating in mid-air.
Pantanella D'Ettorre and Presicci curate the design of a private residence that overlooks the Orbetello Lagoon, balancing local materiality, contemporary textures and natural context.
Milan in transformation
The project for the renovation of one of Milan’s major squares is a dangerous precedent of alienation of a collective asset, the outcome of a negotiation between public and private actors based on controversial criteria.
The fine season as depicted by the great Norwegian painter, between disturbing atmospheres and allegories of death.
Publications, residencies, exhibitions and design production: we chatted with Barbara Brondi and Marco Rainò, initiators of IN Residence, a curatorial project that brings some of the most interesting experimental designers on the international scene.
This installation at the London Design Biennale stimulates visitors’ involuntary memory through smell, hearing and sight.
The Uzbekistan pavilion is the outcome of thorough researches on a living model that for centuries has been giving an architectonic and administrative shape to the neighbourhoods of Taskent, the capital of the centre-Asian country.
An interview with the architect from Milan who has worked in the field of industrial design for over forty years and designed the 4x4 table and Cubix pouf for Ozzio Italia.
The curator of the African Diaspora Pavilion at the next London Design Biennale 2021 tells us about his vision of the world and design as an opportunity to get closer to people.
Stone walls, niches and corners reminiscent of nature: designed by Wutopia Lab, the mysterious spaces of Toyou Bookstore combine the past and future of Chinese culture.
Part of the Italian Virtual Pavilion, the virtual exhibition "Blocks on Blockchain" launches for the first time the NFT project by the French designer entitled Cryptoplasm.