25 years ago, Domus presented a new personal computer destined not only to reposition Apple as a brand, but also to redefine the experiential and aesthetic paradigms of design in an era of smart, connected objects.
The significance of architecture in menswear
The fusion of fashion and architecture enhances utilitarianism and functionality, setting a new standard in contemporary clothing: it happens in the collections of designers such as Virgil Abloh, Massimo Osti, and Samuel Ross.
A new exhibition in Shanghai celebrates the award that was conceived by Gio Ponti back in 1954 and still represents the essence and quality of Italian design in the world.
The Pipistrello light is a cornerstone of Italian design, now in a yellow-based pop version produced by Martinelli Luce.
Or rather, “beyond luxury,” as the claim of the young company in Emilia’s Motor Valley goes, between hyper-customization and co-creation: a market positioning that generates design reflections.
A woman in a man’s world who has been underestimated for too long, Crespi and her creations return to the spotlight five years after her death in an exhibition at Nilufar’s. Here is why she is worth a visit.
In the 1960s, the Milanese designer created a “domestic robot on wheels” for Boffi, reflecting the widespread desire at the time to radically transform the home and its interiors.
Based on his experience at Le Stanze del Vetro in Venice, art historian David Landau explains that there are no hard and fast rules, because the right solution for enhancing works has to be found on a case by case basis.
After the three days at Edit Napoli design fair, we venture an answer: yes, a lot.
The great designer left us aged 84. He has been a leading figure in Italian and international debate. From the radical years of Archizoom to the present, we recall his long friendship with Domus, where he debuted 50 years ago.
Everything started in 1975 with Calder and today the series boasts 20 vehicles custom designed by world-renowned artists. Here they are, one by one, starting from the very famous car designed by Andy Warhol.
The magic of the unpredictable, content to be consumed and shared, screens that go landscape and then go portrait again: we discussed this, and creating the imaginary for The Oscars and VMAs, with set designer Matt Steinbrenner.