In the South of France, Montpellier Contemporain is a project for a territory opening the first Centre dedicated to public and private international art collections.
SKNYPL Architects designed New Korean Garden for Seoul MARU Design Competition: a flexible public space interacting with the city made of ETFE.
The Goethe-Institut’s Kultursymposium celebrated its second edition, entitled “Recalculating the Route”, which focused on the relationship between man and technology.
5 watches, designed for sports car enthusiasts, athletes, pilots and sailors, that combine the potential of digital with the charm of analogue.
Guest Editor Winy Maas introduces the topics of the new issue of Domus: the positive impact of Green Dip on the city and on an urban level, the transformation of a building in São Paulo, the infrastructure to safely organise the annual Hajj pilgrimage.
60 seats including armchairs, inflatables and chaise lounges tell the revolution of postures which took place between the 20s and 70s.
Entirely clad in locally-sourced terracotta bricks, the primary school designed by Samira Rathod in Bhadran is a dense stack of arches, niches and crooked lines.
Events, workshops and lectures around the city at the 2019 edition of Brussels Design September: contemporary and vintage design with a focus on the creative sector of ceramics.
The kitchens designed by Carlo Presotto and Andrea Bassanello for the Friulian company combine elegance and functionality.
Villa Amiri designed by Bornstein Lyckefors Architects in Mölndal, Sweden, is a monolithic volume crossed internally by a staircase that becomes the key element of the living space.
Faberhama created a collection of carpets for Nodus Rug inspired by travel and mythology. A combination of wool and bamboo silk to reflect on cultural boundaries.
In the early 1960s, the Friulian architect Marcello D’Olivo designed a large tourist complex for 20,000 vacationers overlooking the "uncontaminated" coast of the Gargano promontory.
A selection of materials, including drawings and photographs, presents designs by famous Italian architects alongside works by the new generation of international designers.
The building designed by Rem’a in Guimarães is crossed by ‘endogenous’ and ‘exogenous’ voids, which mediate its relationship to the outside.