With three portals that mark the entrance to a public elementary school, the architecture studio rethinks the role of the monument in the contemporary city.
Charles Jencks. Critiques and architectures from a great shaper of categories
Charles Jencks on Domus through the years, from our archives. Critical texts, reviews, books and projects from the controversial theoretician of Post-Modern.
The second season of Raumlabor’s project in Berlin, a “floating laboratory” in which to discuss and experiment with new practices for the use of public space, has turned to an end.
Swatch unveiled its new headquarters in Biel. The project, signed by 2014 Pritzker Prize winner Shigeru Ban, is one of the largest wooden structures in the world.
Designed by LE.F.T. Architects, the building stands out for its atypical volume, blurring sequences of pitched roofs and cross vaults within a single surface.
Designed by Nomo Studio, Stone House is cladded with local stone and is provided by a porch used as thermal buffer and extension of interior spaces.
One of the finalist projects for the new stadium in Milan provides two intertwined rings, 60 thousand seats and the old field open to everyone.
The sauna designed by Matteo Foresti in Värmdö in Sweden, is a small box covered with natural materials and open to the landscape.
Domus journey across the realized legacy of Bauhaus explores the Haus auf der Alb in Bad Urach by realized by Karl Gustav Schneck between 1928 and 1930.
‘Twist’ is the new bridge-museum designed by BIG studio in Norway. An unusual – and winning – model of fruition of contemporary art, in a close dialogue with the naturalistic site.
Nina Edwards Anker – Nea Studio designs a residential building half clad in cedar shingles and half glazed to open onto its garden.
The Museum of Modern Art of New York has been renovated by Diller Scofidio + Renfro: new exhibition spaces connected to street, new lounges and the Bauhaus staircase restored.
From the Isokon building to the Pioneer Health Centre, a new exhibition at the RIBA in London looks at the impact of the Bauhaus on Britain.