Comignoli is the latest project by Matteo Di Ciommo: twelve unique hand-made pieces inspired by the tiny architectures that rise on roofs.
Argentinean studio BAAG uses bricks, concrete, glass and metal to design housing block that densifies the Villa Crespo district.
After the recent controversy about Doriana Fuksas’ omission from an architecture award, we propose this homage by Massimo Vignelli to his wife Lella, published on Domus 980, May 2014.
The young intelligent electric vehicle brand unveiled new details about its first SUV, which is slated for production later this year.
A selection of modular projects that go beyond the modernist notion of a rigid system, pushing the boundaries of action.
The Japanese tidying expert would approve of the company’s new Space Monitors, which will help to radically declutter your workspace.
Light and free like a butterfly, extending and folding like a folding screen, ORIGAMI, designed by Alberto Meda, is an electric plug&play radiator that liaises with its surroundings.
Paravan is sculptural in form and architectural in execution, both articulating and creating space. Like parentheses to enclose a conversation, Paravan creates intimacy in open areas with sound absorbing panels to support focus, concentration, and collaboration.
A miniature clone of the Dessau Bauhaus building created by the collective Savvy Contemporary will travel the world to challenge the very notion of design teaching, power and colonialism.
An innovative project by a London student lets you create a display by painting it on any surface with special pixel colors.
This essay by Vera Sacchetti and Matylda Krzykowski introduces the symposium “A Woman’s Work” exploring the roles of contemporary female practitioners in the design world.
Philippe Brocart, managing director of the Parisian trade fair, tells us about the inspiration for the latest M&O, which is dedicated to the French “art of living”.
Hasselblad and Anuario at the hand, the Italian photographer Carolina Sandretto went in search of all 600 theatres in Cuba and collected them together in a photographic book on cinema as a symbol of the disappearance of an era.
FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects designed an introverted residence, where the interior spaces are defined by changes in level, differences in height and the entrance of natural light.
From an interest in nature and the landscape to a fascination for cataloguing methods, from archaic techniques to scientific concepts which are infused with mythology and fantasy. A conversation with the Sicilian artist.
At the Parisian trade fair dedicated to interior design, the studio presents several new products, featuring the usual sinuous shapes and material care.
Six Romanian artists in residence at FRAC des Pays de la Loire highlights the articulations of a multi-actorial vision on landscape production , nature and environment.