What Brexit means to architecture practices: benefits and uncertainties of a historical moment told by the Director of London-based David Kohn Architects.
The exhibition conceived by Giulio Iacchetti, art director of Danese, is a tribute in colour to Enzo Mari’s 16 animali puzzle reinterpreted by 16 authors.
To celebrate the centenary of Giancarlo De Carlo’s birth, we propose a lesser-known side of the famous theorist and architect: the one of the interior designer, through Domus archive.
An issue entirely dedicated to the city of Milan and its transformation, presented by Fulvio Irace: here is his editorial “Grass-roots Milan”.
Reinier de Graaf completed the hotel in the Zuidas business district of Amsterdam: the skyscraper includes 650 rooms, a restaurant/bar and a live television studio.
Valentin Loellmann Studio brings to life a historic candy shop located in a 17th century building to host the first Dutch store of the Australian brand.
The mountain shelter designed by Andrea Cassi and Michele Versaci stands like a dark prism that guarantees insulation, built with prefabricated modules.
Easy neutral tones and natural textures ground and uplift at Singita’s Faru Faru lodge in the Serengeti.
The readings suggested by the editorial staff. To be given as gifts, read or simply leafed through during the holidays and throughout 2020.
The atelier, the studio, is the most experienced place by artists and designers, the space that most speaks about them.
Colombo and Serboli Architecture uses masses of colour to give new meaning to the rooms of a period apartment in Barcelona.
The project by Daniel Moreno Flores in Ecuador is a combination of different volumes and levels built in harmony with nature. Terraces and double-height spaces made of unused materials.
Open until December 20th, Garbatella Images is a site specific audio-visual project focused on the Roman garden city.
Last Christmas you gave them your heart? This year save yourself from tears by giving them free 3D-printed presents instead.