We asked an artificial intelligence, Stable Diffusion, to generate the vehicles of the future that the big names of architecture and design could never design, but could have easily imagined.
In seven years as the artist director of Gucci, Alessandro Michele has redesigned the brand, simultaneously twisting the very idea we have of fashion: mixing high and low, luxury and counterculture, digital and real.
A rich programme invites design enthusiasts to rediscover old chapters of a still lively history of design or to question the future through speculative narratives.
In 2008, South African-British journalist Simon Kuper investigated for Domus the relationship between major sporting events, power and the violation of human rights. A topic that is still highly topical today with the World Cup in Qatar.
Fashion, graphics, and design are the tools adopted by the American-owned football club to launch a global phenomenon by redefining itself. A vision that embodies the new soul of a city, in a struggle to overturn the stereotypical image we are familiar with.
As you could expect, this version of Rietveld's seat is completely red, featuring a huge Supreme logo on the backrest.
In “A Chair and You,” more than 200 unconventional and speculative pieces, mostly produced in the 1980s, are on display at mudac, in Lausanne, with a setup curated by the great American filmmaker.
Hans Ulrich Obrist, Alice Rawsthorn, Marva Griffin e Samuel Ross outline an enlarged and hybrid vision of design: the one on stage at Hublot Design Prize, that awards its winners with more that 100,000 euros.
The British fashion house has unveiled its new capsule collection in collaboration with the Microsoft game. Meanwhile, Balenciaga and Gucci are also targeting digital and the metaverse.
Austere and made with few elements, the lamp by the award-winning Italian designer – and jazz drummer – looks like it came from a machine shop. After 50 years, iGuzzini is reissuing it in the Italian Echoes collection.
The history of espionage meets that of design: in the sophisticated gadgets used by spies, as in the sets of great movies that have made 007 a legend of our time. An exhibition in Paris celebrates their history.