The foyer and its backlit ceiling are the core of Supervoid’s design, which seeks to mediate between private and public, domestic and monumental.
For a capital which is rebuilding its image, the Belgian office designs an anti-monumental square, shaped by the users choreographies.
The Swiss architect narrates his building as an “urban landscape”, connecting the old town and the contemporary city.
Within the limitless suburbs of single-family houses, the nursing home in Ternat questions the possible spaces and aesthetics of collective living.
On the occasion of Coachella 2018, Edoardo Tresoldi realizes an impressive architecture made out of metal, wind and natural light, in symbiosis with the wild and vast American landscape.
Pedro Henrique builds the recovery and the extension of a single-family house in Santa Maria da Feira, in a rural context.
The seventh episode of the Time-Space-Existence series features a short interview with Daniel Libeskind, author of a tower that will be unveiled during the Venice Architecture Biennale.
The Pink Zebra: eclecticism, symmetry and colours inspired by Wes Anderson and the British Raj era.
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.
Espacio 18 Arquitectura and Cueto Arquitectura conceived Casa Once as a cocoon in a single family complex in Mexico.
Published in Domus 1023, April 2018. The 21st Century Christ Church in Hiroo, Tokyo, is based on the geometric figure of the isosceles triangle.
Jorge Vidal and Víctor Rahola
Jorge Vidal and Víctor Rahola have collaborated for nine years and their last project celebrates the rural landscape of Baix Empordà, in Catalonia.
Featuring a cantilivered extension, the latest project by WAW architecten in Halle, Belgium, is an open and innovative office space.
The project by Carles Enrich features a subtle and delicate approach that enables the town of Jorba to reappropriate its heritage.