Studio Akkerhuis designed a mobile bamboo theatre somewhere between a small amphitheater and a bedouin tent, a compact space reminiscent of a nineteenth century travelling circus.
Barcode Architects designed a 220 square meters villa in Brabant, The Netherlands, featuring freestanding volumes, clear geometries and a strong connection to the outside.
Wespi de Meuron Romeo architect has renovated a single family house on the Lake Maggiore, featuring big windows that integrate the interior into the garden and create a unity with the existing stonewalls.
At the Milano Design Film Festival, Domus will present a documentary by Flavie Pinatel about the monumental housing complex of La Maladerie, near Paris.
Designed by New York-based design studio New Affiliates, a mezzanine is the core of an apartment located in a former industrial space.
Like a soft, enveloping flower, Duna’s shape is evocative and contemporary. Born fifteen years ago, its iconic silhouette still sets it apart as a design classic, ripe for reinvention again and again. New plastic shell fabrication available in a new range of colors in polypropylene allows for a thinner, sleeker profile, a more delicate curvature and more sumptuous surface.
Slim is a line of rational design that conveys great lightness. Tables, coffee tables, consoles and benches that meet all tastes and requirements. Thanks to the different available combinations the collection fits in all situations: home, contract spaces and also outdoor.
Maxima 2.2 is the creative design system that distinguishes Cesar for its uniqueness and cross-functionality. The over 90 finishes combined with various opening methods make Maxima 2.2 an architectural project that meets modularity, technological and flexibility requirements while preserving its linearity and attention to materials in every layout.
The exhibition at the Triennale di Milano curated by Benno Albrecht and Anna Magrin, pays tribute to the work of Italian architect, city planner and historian Leonardo Benevolo.
Curated by Salvator-John A. Liotta e Fabienne Louyot, the exhibition at the Farm Cultural Park in Favara, Sicily, delves into the redefinition of public and private spaces in Japan.
Shigeru Ban, the architect of La Seine Musicale in Paris, talks about his concept of public, private and intermediary space, the importance of architecture that serves society and the strategies he adopts to produce meaningful designs.
The university building by Snøhetta in Bergen, Norway, features a puzzled raw aluminium facade with 900 varied sized panels that will gradually age and naturally oxidize.
The temporary structure designed by Fala Atelier at the 32nd São Paulo Biennal is an architectural pastiche, both playful and thoughtful.
Andrés Jaque and the Office for Political Innovation present a selection of works at the Tabacalera in Madrid, gathering multiple formats and methodologies.
Chilean architect Sebastián Contreras Rodriguez developed a new roof shelter following the “Casa techo” series using local materials for an orphanage of Burmese children in Thailand.
DLW Architectes and Mathieu Le Baerzic Architect have realised an innovative industrial facility, featuring a treelike mixed structure that appears through the polycarbonate facades.