Tokyo and Dubai are the latest additions to the LEGO Architecture collection, capturing the essence of the world's most famous metropolises, buildings and monuments.
How Westworld imagined the year 2058 reusing real architecture
The TV series, thanks to the insight of Bjarke Ingels, mixed existing buildings and greenery to create the scenario of a possible future world. Starting from a city in particular: Singapore.
NZI Architectes design sustainable housing units in a park in Nogent-le-Rotrou using straw, a lightweight and high-performance material.
A journey that involves Shakespeare, Goya, Medicean Florence and more. Our tribute to the architectural element that has proved to be the protagonist of this quarantine.
Baerbel Mueller and Juergen Strohmayer’s Nubuke Extended achieves the highest spatial and climatic quality with a minimum expenditure of matter and technology.
From the origins to the contemporary use: history of the door.
Thanks to a cross laminated timber structure and a raw steel outer shell, the villa designed by Jan Henrik Jansen Arkitekter with Marshall Blecher branches off into the Danish countryside.
After leaving the position of director to Giovanna Borasi, Mirko Zardini tells Domus about the 15 years he spent directing the anti-institutional institution for architecture – the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal.
The University of Oklahoma presented an in-depth exhibition on the legacy of Bruce Goff, his innovative pedagogy and experimental architecture.
With the use of a rosy palette an urban void is redrawn by DVCH with organic paths and wooden pergolas.
Inspiration, reference, future. The collection of squared images has changed the communication of design and beyond. Ten accounts to follow that are not just “the usual”.
Designed by architects Jun Aoki and Peter Marino, Maison Osaka Midosuji is a reference to the maritime tradition of Osaka. The four-storey building includes the first cafè of the fashion brand and a secret restaurant.
Born as a spontaneous movement between the 1950s and 1980s, it produced a particular type of architecture halfway between vernacular, brutalist and modernist, in the beautiful setting of the Australian bush.
Cottontail rabbits in the gardens of Milan, dolphins in the port of Cagliari, fish swimming in the canals of Venice. While humans are locked inside their homes, nature quickly conquers new urban spaces. What does this teach us?
Laboratorio Permanente, Mario Cucinella Architects, Orizzontale and TAMassociati tell us how the Coronavirus emergency has revolutionised their habits and perspectives.