The Spa and clinic of traditional Chinese medicine designed by Waterfrom Design, leads the customer through a sensory journey made of arches, plants, minerals, soft lights and silence.
Not only architecture: Porto Design Biennale
The first edition of Porto – and Matosinhos – Design Biennale focuses on the capacity of design to tackle the challenges of our society. And Italy, the guest country, was given the task to show the right track to follow.
The Spanish trio Estudio Pot uses design to tell ancient stories, anecdotes and curiosities in vivid chromatic shapes.
An allergen-free menu, a reading room and a nursery are the highlights of this holistic restaurant designed to enhance children’s imagination.
Camp Design Gallery hosts a group show that rows against Salone’s logic of profit, with the work of nine designers from Madrid, Eindhoven and Milan.
In the consolidated fabric of the village of Cascais, Esquissos renovates a single-family house reinterpreting the language and materials of the local architecture.
Calling on ecology, science, our moral conscience and artistic creation the Centre for Innovation and Design of Grand-Hornu in Belgium will open a collective exhibition to question the contradictory relationship between man and nature.
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.
Horizontal and vertical planes of wood, glass and granite and continuous surfaces of microcement define the fluid division of the interiors renovated by Raúl Sánchez in Barcelona.
Japanese sound artist Yuri Suzuki presented a participatory installation that reassembles the voices of Margate’s inhabitants.
A restaurant in marble, brass and tricolour pastels pays homage to the Italian tradition among three-storey jungles and spherical walls.
The seventh edition of the Milanese venue dedicated to cinema in the sector kicks off tonight, with talks, events and over 80 projections on architecture, design and landscape.