From 21 to 24 October comes to Varese the fifth edition of the Varese Design Week, entitled Labyrinth, a theme created with Franco Maria Ricci before his recent death.
The new electric Hummer can drive diagonally, because why not
The car symbol of Americans’ uncompromising love for excessive vehicles is back as an EV super-truck designed to be as brutal as its gas-guzzling predecessor.
GPS tracking and a fingerprint lock make this futuristic spokes-less e-bike extremely hard to steal.
In Naples, a selection from designers, companies and craftsmen exhibit projects that blend contemporary ideas with the ancient craft knowledge.
As part of the partners of this year's edition of the DDW 2020, held mostly online, Domus was invited to curate a virtual tour: we decided to foster the work of young designers that are representative of this era of change.
An interview with Andrea Ponti, founder of Ponti Design Studio and industrial designer, about finding his dimension in Asia, between Japan and Hong Kong, and combining Italian elegance with the aesthetic values of Asian style.
Giuseppe Arezzi rethinks a great classic of vernacular furniture, lightening its shapes also thanks to the use of steel sheet.
From today on Kickstarter, the new Wood-Skin project is designed to optimise smart working in the domestic space. Giulio Masotti tells us how the idea came about.
The architectural firm has designed an intuitive and easy-to-assemble system to solve the growing problem of bicycle parking for public and non-public spaces.
In the October issue of Domus, Jasper Morrison’s Notes on Design have a very personal touch. Through words and images, the designer retraces the stages of his relationship with Milan, the city that “opened the first door to the world of design” to him.
Young designers are inquisitive and free of dogma, they know how to navigate beyond the postulates of the past and they are not afraid to experiment. A tour through new design in Italy.
The new smartphones introduced yesterday draw from the award-winning design of the iPhone 4, departing from the rounded shapes of the late Jony Ive era and igniting a new aesthetic cycle.
Conceived to be used at work and at home, both for creation and content consumption, the concept behind Surface is more relevant than ever: a dive into its design, from the beginnings to what will happen tomorrow, as told by Ralf Groene, CVP Design Windows and Devices.