At the Green School in Bali, in the middle of the rice fields of the Ayung River Valley, the tension and balance of the arch creates a spectacular bamboo structure.
New vitality for older residents in Cheltenham
A housing development for later living in Cheltenham's historic downtown, UK, offers the intimacy of a sheltered retreat without sacrificing sociability and aggregation.
Free time is an “exclusive privilege of the West”, wrote the French critic Pierre Restany in 1980 in Domus. It is the time we take away from work, duty and any kind of daily toil whatsoever.
A guide to the Portuguese capital through the articles published on domusweb, to discover new places in the city, from international cultural institutions to atypical reuse interventions.
From Kengo Kuma’s National Stadium to Kenzo Tange’s Yoyogi National Gymnasium, the locations of the next Olympic Games to be held from 23 July to 8 August 2021
In the summer of 1976, the museum in New York hosted an exhibition, organized by Emilio Ambasz, that sought to provide a response to the problem of urban traffic and pollution through new ‘ecological’ cab projects.
El Gauchal House is a project by Iván Bravo for four families: a residence developed vertically, recalling a traditional beach cabin in its shape and use of wood.
The accommodation designed in Piedmont by GaS Studio with Parisotto+Formenton Architetti seeks authenticity through the dialogue between landscape renewable energy and vernacular architecture.
The curator of the Italian Pavilion for the next Architecture Biennale, tells us how we should inhabit the planet, also in light of the pandemic.
Towers and skyscrapers have doubled in size in the city since 2010. This is the beginning of a new phase of renewal for Italy's economic capital. We report on it.
May 19 1956 marked the laying of the first stone of the A1 Milan-Naples. How was the backbone of the Italian highway network built, and how has it evolved over time?
The ST / SongEun Building is a stately triangular totem clad in exposed concrete, a compact mass that vibrates thanks to its formworks’ veins.
Studio Rossettini Architettura renovates an old, abandoned building by inserting a steel and glass structure in the central courtyard: an intervention designed to improve circulation and guarantee flexibility.
The encounter between a French-Danish client and a Norwegian architect resulted in a hotel perched on the heights of the Alsatian village of Breitenbach, composed of discreet, demountable wooden cabins.
The New Palazzo Senza Tempo was recently inaugurated in Peccioli, a project by Mario Cucinella Architects that aims to redevelop a significant fragment of the medieval village.
Designed by Piet Oudolf, the landscape in Weil am Rhein offers a sensory experience in every season: a carefully planned green setting, crossed by curved paths.