Alessandro Isola Studio enlarges an old single-family villa in Friuli, defining multifunctional spaces that can be transformed thanks to sliding and concealed elements.
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This hyper-realistic sofa that reproduces glazed sandwiches broke the Internet.
In a protected park inhabited by more than 200 species of birds, Al Borde architectural studio designed an observatory overlooking the landscape.
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.
A residential project in a “glossy” area of Mexico City proposes a housing model based on conservation and reduction of the ecological footprint, setting a challenge for authentic urban quality in the neighbourhood.
The January magazine identifies character as the leitmotif of the coming months. Browse the gallery to discover the contents of the magazine.
During the official presentation of Domus 2022, in dialogue with Walter Mariotti, the Guest Editor for 2022 has spoken about many different topics, including place, elaboration, the right to pleasure and the annihilation of architecture.
The British designer created a shopping centre featuring 1,000 trees and 250,000 plants. It will resemble to a green mountain.
Aiming to harmonise with the surrounding landscape, four houses experiment with linear solutions using local materials, and shield the openings onto the outside to ensure privacy.
Warm tones and softly shaped volumes define House VL: an open space that maintains its original identity and hides a secret room in the middle.
Due to the current pandemic situation, this year's Salone, initially annoucend for April, will be moved.
The wait has characterized our spaces and behaviors over the course of history, involuntarily or out of necessity. La Pietra tells its value and creative power.
Spanish studio Twobo Arquitectura renovates a small abandoned house, understanding the design strategy from the collapse of a floor slab.
Extensions of our hands, they embody an etiquette that imposes rules on the use closely linked to social norms. Between continuity and experimentation with shapes and types, a selection of unmissable and iconic cutlery sets.