The capital of the Southern District of Israel, which has become a symbol of the country’s brutalist architecture since its foundation in 1948, is narrated through Stefano Perego's shots.
Gilles Clément and the opportunity after the Coronavirus
According to the theorist of the planetary garden and the third landscape, the exceptional stalemate caused by the pandemic could create the conditions for a radical change: increased knowledge and material degrowth.
The sci-fi atmospheres of Stalker, a 1979 film by Andrei Tarkovsky, inspired the design of the residence in Buenos Aires made by the Argentinean studio.
Researchers from Ca’ Foscari went to a remote village in India right before the lockdown to study the impressive bridges made with trees’ living roots: a knowledge that is part of the Khasis culture and a great example of interspecies interaction. Read their story for Domus.
Within the Hardangervidda National Park, the Norwegian studio Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter has built a wooden hut on which to climb to look at the landscape.
Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo
A conversation with Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo, who has been living in the province of Ragusa for thirty years.
The non-profit organization Tibet Heritage Fund realizes a museum structured on a traditional symbolism and built with local materials and traditional techniques.
With an idea born in Silicon Valley, James Ehrlich’s ecovillages hybridize technology, low density, circular economy, and self-sufficiency. The first, in Sweden, is designed with White Arkitekter.
Next to the MA House’s swimming-pool, in Tepoztlán, Cadaval & Solà-Morales build a gloriette for rest, leisure and care of the body.
In response to the movies selected by Adam Nathaniel Furman for Domus, a list of films that start from Italy to broaden the look on the world, chosen by the Roman trio who four years ago launched a call to the architects of their generation.
Open Architecture's Thank Shanghai project is a centre for contemporary art open to different and boundless uses, capable of blending art with nature and people.
Michael Hennessey Architecture creates a contemporary response to a typical building typology within San Francisco with a focus on proportions and local architecture.
An exhibition at the ArkDes museum in Stockholm tells the story and investigates the urban issues of Kiruna, a town connected to the largest iron mine in Europe.
The Sista House designed by 2m2 Architects is a faceted, pointed brick volume that stands out within the chaotic landscape of the Korean capital.
Lorentz first construction phase by Dutch studio Neutelings Riedijk, now completed, is part of the redevelopment of the station area in Leiden: softer sculptural expressions emerge than in previous works.