For the MO de Movimiento project, the Spanish designer reuses materials obtained from demolitions and handcrafts all the furniture and components of the intervention.
A floating neighborhood in Amsterdam, a new opportunity for living
In the new Schoonschip neighbourhood created on the water in Amsterdam, each home has its own character and identity. The one designed by i29 architects is a multi-faceted volume, where the domestic space effortlessy floats between inside and outside.
In its third episode, the narration of Vico Magistretti through the Domus archive explores the interiors designed by the Milanese master, spatial devices instigating and questioning the act of dwelling.
A Work of Substance collective designed Mother Pearl, a 32 square metre space selling bubble tea and overlooking the street: a city niche defined by pastel colours and a strong material texture.
The store designed by Kooo architects for Denis Tokyo offers an urban aesthetic, inviting visitors to move freely around the space as if it was a public space.
The renovation led by architecture firm NatureHumaine integrates the new with the existing through a dynamic juxtaposition of volumes and finishes.
Built in the spaces of an old single-family house, the headquarters of a company in Cordoba, Argentina. rejects all the stereotypes of office life and converts to the comfort and liveliness of a real home.
Davidson Rafailidis designs Together, Apart, a Cat Café where spatial adaptability, continuous transformation and programmatic flexibility are the key words of the project.
A selection of ten interiors published this year on domusweb: apartments, public bathrooms, stores and spas, designed all over the world.
With a pure and essential language that does not undermine the original identity of the manufacturing building, Anarchlab Arquitectura has inserted 12 flats in the former Devesas pottery in Porto.
The project by the architecture studio Atomaa turns the tables on a classic Milanese apartment, introducing partitions that re-equalize the living areas and using arches and color to revive liveliness and movement.
The recently opened concept-house declines its spaces as a screen prosthesis, offering itself as the latest paradigm of the teen-culture. We recount it also through the influencers’ voices who inhabit it.
Studio Didea designs the restaurant la Brace mixing industrial and minimalist styles and including a pizza restaurant, a butcher's area and a sushi corner between the arches and cross pillars of a former garage.
Yael Perry renovates a residential space by removing existing partitions and creating flexible, transforming environments, among chromatic contrasts and pivot doors.