Architect Miguel Gomes responded to the challenge of renovating an adjacent apartment by demolishing walls and creating volumes with wooden panels.
Two young designers meet at the Kunstschau Contemporary Place in Lecce with an exhibition curated by Marco Petroni.
The architecture of today’s workspaces has become more dynamic and traditional ideas of office and recreational areas have been superseded by fluid and shared spaces, open to continually changing shapes and functions.
Designed by Binchy and Binchy studio, the series of tables combines past and future: a base made of thousands of compressed sheets of paper and a top created with new technologies.
Zyva studio introduces formal and constructive anomalies on a traditional villa in the French city of Biarritz, in order to activate new forms of appropriation and connection between the user and the architecture.
Reclusive but super-connected, the guru of Universal Everything tells us how the work of the graphic designer has changed and how vast is its potential to give feelings and well-being to our lives.
On October 30, 1963, Lamborghini unveiled its first car. To celebrate the Italian brand and its design history, Domus republishes this interview with the designer of iconic supercars like Lamborghini Countach and Miura.
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.
Paravan is sculptural in form and architectural in execution, both articulating and creating space. Like parentheses to enclose a conversation, Paravan creates intimacy in open areas with sound absorbing panels to support focus, concentration, and collaboration.
The Lineò collection, produced by the Friulian company, is characterised by the combination of warm and delicate colours, finishes and different materials.
Inspired by the luxury train wagons of the 1800s, Deborah Mariotti designed a small spa in the courtyard of a residential complex in Brooklyn.
Two days dedicated to the protagonists of manufacturing, craftsmanship and digital manufacturing in and around Milan. On 29 and 30 November, more than 100 spaces open their doors with a program of visits, meetings and workshops.
Flying Carpet is a hand-made furniture series made by the Israeli designer Alon Dodo: waving edges and brass details in tables and benches made of wood.
Architects Francesca Melchiorre and Alessio Lamarca collaborated on the renovation of an apartment dominated by colour as a tool for defining spaces and creating functions.