In the editorial of Domus 1070, the guest editor talks about a new trend for architecture: prolonging the life of buildings by interweaving the existing with new inventions, such as Viollet-le-Duc.
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“Everything is still open and unfinished, and that’s why the world continues.”
Abandoned for years, former Pirelli Tire Building by Marcel Breuer has been renovated and converted into a Passivhaus certified hotel.
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 concept by digital designer Fanny Jonnson envisions an electric ATV using the design language of the famous electric motorbike company CAKE.
Arhitektuuribüroo Eek & Mutso designed a summer house inspired by local architecture: a discrete dwelling that transforms and integrates perfectly into nature.
After trainers designed in collaboration with Louis Vuitton, Nike unveils its new project in collaboration with one of the most pop names in French haute couture.
The hub of the area, built on the former site of Expo 2015, acting as a hinge between Rho and Milan, will be the MoLo (Mobility and Logistic hub) an architecture infrastructure.
Reduction of waste, environmental awareness and the use of local resources: these are the principles that guided Ideo Arquitectura studio for the renovation of a rural house in Mallorca.
In 1970, Domus published the landscape of monumental primary solids and abstract shapes conceived by the Milanese designer to narrate the Olivetti world throughout Europe, displaying a constantly shapeshifting approach from city to city.
Researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology have created a wearable synthetic muscle made of smart pulleys and textiles. It is targeted at people with restricted mobility.
“Queerness can save us”, Adam Nathaniel Furman tells Domus. The designer is the author of Queer Spaces, an atlas of LGBTQIA+ places edited together with architectural historian Joshua Mardell: we've selected six projects presented in the seminal volume.
Bjarke Ingels′s architecture studio revealed its Biosphere treehouse for the Treehotel, in Swedish Lapland.
Surrounded by breathtaking natural scenery on sheer cliffs, in the countryside or in the woods, six wonders of Italian architecture designed by Gio Ponti, Carlo Scarpa and more are claiming a new, lucky owner.
Halfway between a timeless monument and a flexible hub for promoting culture at all levels, the Norwegian National Museum is the largest exhibition space dedicated to art, architecture and design in Scandinavia.
Furminger Studio designs a single-family house with rooms, pathways and courtyards traced by concrete walls, which wrap around the pre-existing dwelling.