Fifty years after his first appearances on Domus, we meet Alberto Salvati, who reveals many unpublished or little-known sides of his work with Ambrogio Tresoldi, whose use of colour, but not only, is one of his main elements.
The second pavilion reflects the linear architectural structure of the head building. It will be used for exhibitions, events and educational programs.
The health emergency has brought new needs, considering these projects as strategic design “would allow the emergence of broader perspectives”.
Tadao Ando talks about how boxing influenced his approach to life and architecture. As for rising to global challenges, he suggests that everyone gather their inner strength, saying, “Apples and people should remain green, unripe and full of spirit to challenge absolutely anything.”
The manifesto for Domus by 2021 guest editor.
The social role of designers is now under question: they must reinvent their sphere of expertise and create new relationships, says design critic Alice Rawsthorn.
Green, lavender and grey combine with brass in the shop for the Colombian sunglasses and frames brand Breathe.
The BMW Motorrad Definition CE 04 is a new electric scooter with a futuristic design and a huge display acting as an interface between the analogue and digital worlds.
The photographic project by Manuel Álvarez-Diestro suggests that behind the anonymous and repetitive facades of an unusually tourist-free Benidorm lies the history of these inclement times.
Time off! is a concept that creates a digital silence bubble, disconnecting the user from the smartphone notification stream.
For Studio Archisbang, the thickening of an existing building due to its external insulation coating is the occasion for a reflection on the architectural languages and masses.
As proved by the results of an international research on 20 cities, involving mayors, town planners, sociologists and economists. An increasingly digitalized scenario, on the one hand, and local, on the other, can confirm it.
In his new book Architettura in Quarantena, Lotus magazine’s director reflects on the spontaneous transformation underwent by urban spaces during this pandemic.
The demolition and reconstruction of a farmer’s old house is an opportunity for the Bolognese studio to reinterpret countryside architecture in a contemporary way.
Yael Perry renovates a residential space by removing existing partitions and creating flexible, transforming environments, among chromatic contrasts and pivot doors.