Minimalist architecture and references to nature: the French catwalks opt for restrained set designs, which follow the language of the clothes.
In Alsace, an 11 km long trail follows forgotten traces
On the tracks of an ancient railway, the path designed by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter reinterprets the signs and memory of the landscape and crosses stone quarries and forests.
The urban panorama is twisted and enters houses thanks to the new furniture collection by Vuitton’s men’s wear creative director Virgil Abloh, on show at Galerie kreo.
Massimo Vignelli was an innovative designer and a meticulous graphic designer from the very beginning. By recounting his many projects, Domus retraces the steps of his long career in Italy and in the USA.
The Parisian fair, now in its twenty-fifth edition, tells the personalities and attitudes of six young talents from beyond the Alps. Celebrating the freshness and fluidity of the new French Touch.
To celebrate the Chinese New Year, until February 3, the eight windows of La Rinascente in Milan turn red with drawings by young designer and artist M.Y Chen Zuer.
Mercedes-Benz collaborates with the director of Avatar, Aliens and The Abyss to create a luxury electric vehicle that looks to the circular economy.
Farewell to Adolfo Natalini, member of the famous Florentine group Superstudio. In remembering him, we examine a period characterised by contamination between artistry and architecture at the end of the 1960s.
Designed in the 70s by Marcello Gandini for Bertone, it has never stopped being projected towards the future.
Archisbang associates and Area progetti s.r.l. build a new idea of school within the walls of a protected historical building according to the “Torino fa scuola” project.
An artist, a director and a choreographer work together to bring on stage a deeply revisited Greek myth. Through a moving structure that embodies all the feelings of the human soul.
During Cologne furniture fair, the action takes place in the 11 exhibition halls of the fairground and throughout the city. Imm’s director Claire Steinbrück tells Domus what you should not miss.