In 1939, in Domus issue 144, Gio Ponti published Villa Pestarini. The rationalist house built 80 years ago has since been enjoyed by 5 generations, making it more alive and modern than ever.
Jacques Lévy: “How can I inhabit a city in such a way that I don’t make it uninhabitable for the others?”
In this video from the inaugural Domusforum the geographer and urbanist discusses the power that cities assert on its citizens, and the active role they play in the space they inhabit.
Kengo Kuma's architecture creates relationships, flows and circulation. The V&A Dundee acts like a gate between river and city.
The city museum of Lahr, Germany, by Heneghan Peng features a terracotta-tone tower that integrates a listed building.
Ted’A arquitectes reuses the existing materials at Laia and Biel’s house for the grouts of the new ceramic flooring.
Inspired by the colors of southern Spain, Ebba architects completed a low-budget renovation project using local materials and the help of students.
Bark Architects built a honest construction using effective cost materials, referencing the carpentry tradition of Curra, Queensland.
Chinese studio OPEN Architecture designed a capsule that minimises the consumption of resources and reuses all kind of wastes.
The French landscape designer defends the priority of landscape architecture as a basis for an enlightened city, citing the big American parks built in the late 19th century.
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.
Square mirror with lacquered metal frame, mocha or burnished brass finish. Central mirror available in different shades.The new dimensions of the Visual mirrors create original reflections thanks to the different shades and to their modularity. They furnish private and public spaces with a refined simplicity and allow to create large compositions.
Located in Tortuguitas neighbourhood, Casa Aranzazu by Besonías Almeida alternates concrete partitions and wooden surfaces obtained from guayubira trees.
Presented at the Edward Cella Gallery, the show curated by David DeBoer merges utopian architecture and art.
Celebrated modernist structure reveals fascinating story of its architect, client and political environment of the 1970s America. Auction house Wright will offer this gem of mid-century lifestyle at unique December sale.
In a rural area near Calacalí, TEC Taller EC built the facility on a square plan using black cement blocks crowned by a metallic roof with skylights.
An exhibition in Stockholm explores the responsibilities of architecture in the perspective of a future VR-based city