With this edition returning to normal, Paris Design Week has presented projects increasingly focused on eco-responsible solutions that combine aesthetics and application potential.
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Invited by Domus, a group of Milanese university students explored the city during the Design Week.
Putting Green has opened this summer on the East River waterfront, with 18 holes designed by local community members and organizations.
Colourful, fun, unique: architecture for children may seem like a game, but children are also our most honest critics. We have selected the best projects that appeared on Domus between 2020 and 2021.
The iconic museum reopens: the new design will be in dialogue with the original structure and the standalone 2006 addition by Libeskind.
In Ravenna, the artist of wire mesh architecture created Sacral, an interpretation of the Castle of Great Spirits from the Divine Comedy.
Interview with Giovanni Maggioni, founder of the Lecco-based company that has been producing subframes and sliding window and door systems since 2001.
Per l’ultima edizione della Biennale di Design di Zurigo, Authos e Stella Spaziali trasformano lo spazio dell’orto botanico attraverso un’installazione di realtà aumentata fatta di nebbia artificiale ed effetti laser.
The relationship between designer and company is important to improve the choice of materials: a conversation with Susanna Citrano, who has been working on this for years.
World Trade Center’s new Church was lit up for the first time.
A great example of eco-sustainability, the Helsinki Biennial 2021 presents works by 41 Finnish and international artists on the island of Vallisaari, located a short ferry ride from Helsinki.
The new Wentrup gallery headquarters in Hamburg eschews the logic of the white cube to rethink itself as a community and place of convergence between the arts to revalue encounters.
Portuguese artist’s house on the eastern outskirts of Lisbon combines exhibition gallery, atelier and home. His collection of jazz CDs is in the library and the living room has an array of ceramic animals.
Corba, the urban renewal project through street art, has just been launched in the Giambellino neighborhood.
In Spain, CreuseCarrasco created a slightly inclined concrete path to accompany travellers from the mountain to the city.
A typical example of modern Afro-surrealism, based on the African-American body and the way it is always inhabited and acted upon by something else, the film written by Jordan Peele targets the art industry.