An article published on Domus 388, January 1962, shows some recently completed projects in the Sicilian capital, including masterpieces by Ernesto Basile.
Curated by Christopher Marcinkoski and Javier Arpa, a recent exhibition analysed wild urbanisation in the Black Continent with a catalog of projects.
Is it possible to produce creative processes that do not rely on human intellect? An exhibition at the Centre d’Art Santa Mònica explores the potential and the limits of automation in architecture and design.
Yuan Architects transformed a 130 sqm basement with a system of white elements cohesively enclosing the interiors.
The Brazilian artist completed a series of interventions inside the Cisterna’s spaces in Fondazione Prada, selected in the name of a Slight Agitation.
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.
Square mirror with lacquered metal frame, mocha or burnished brass finish. Central mirror available in different shades.Fascinating reflections and precious finishes enrich with refined simplicity every single public or private habitat.
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In the hills of Sussex, the two pavilions designed by the London-based studio deal with a ruin and a man-made landscape.
Primitive futures, relationship platforms and radical islands. An interview with the “young architectural studio” which operates between Milan and Brussels.
OOO ADM redesigns a public space in Divnogorsk with an adaptable structural system that features metal joints and wooden beams.
PhoebeSayswow Architects’ conceived the 33 sqm apartment as a playful interior taking advantage of a partial double-height.
The desire to intervene in places through temporary projects and a healthy dose of cynicism which has created a utopia of reality are the millenials’ answers to the economic crisis.
In complete harmony with the Renzo Piano building which hosts it, the summer exhibition at the Astrup Fearnley Musuem is an open discussion with the Scandinavian ar scene and an invitation to reflect on the culture of a city.
The project forms part of a Welsh industrial designer study into the potential of 3D printing. From Domus 1026, July/August 2018.