On the occasion of NYCxDesign, the fair curated by Jill Singer and Monica Khemsurov, it brings together professionals from various fields.
Stefano Boeri: “Milan Arch Week gets buildings and designers talking about events in the lives of us all”
From 23 to 27 May, Milan is holding the second edition of Milan Arch week. Here follows a video interview with Stefano Boeri, artistic director of the event.
The project features the rearrangement of the interiors while the extension consists of a new attic crowning the building.
BIG’s latest project focuses on minimal spaces, with a pitched-roof module that offers the typical Nordic comfort, wherever installed.
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.
Confirmations, comebacks and new perversions. This year, too, the number of proposals exceeds their human application. But not the enthusiasm of at least trying discovering new analogies.
The Cannibal’s Cookbook is a practical manual on Cyclopean masonry that questions today’s demolition systems, proposing new solutions.
The Spanish designer has realised a temporary architecture readily disassemblable thanks to simple bonding system.
Duccio Maria Gambi
Very modern insights and a delicate, suspended refinement. The Tuscan designer recounts his work, between the absolute minimum of softness and the city he relates to.
A species at risk, biodiversity and food safety depend on them. Here are the best stories on bees, published on Domusweb.
In Can Picafort, in front of the sea, Ted’A arquitectes experimented variations of brickworks homaging the quality of crafting.
The design of the 44-storey apartment tower is inspired by the toponymy of the site: Hinoki-cho literally means cypress grove.
In December 1996, Domus published the conversation that took place between Dietmar Steiner and the director of the VI Venice Architecture Biennale Hans Hollein: a general reflection on the role of exhibitions.
Fondazione La Raia puts art at the service of the environment with a 2.300-rooms hotel for bees, made in Luserna stone by the Berlin-based artist.
Located in Ritsona, Greece, the new project of the multidisciplinary team urges to rethink the very nature of refugee camps.