Based on the articles we published on Domusweb here is an overview of trends that identify new outdoor spaces, including architectural solutions, organization of green spaces and new ways of using furniture.
Studio Tommasi intervenes on the facade and interiors of the building near Padua, restoring the spaces and elements of the old church modified by previous transformations.
Masquespacio’s project for a coworking space is shimmering, retrofuturistic and incorporates the new spacing rules.
A double-height wooden structure occupies Oslo Cowork as a fulcrum around which the rest of the studio is developed: the 39 sqm space is expandend and provides a retreat area.
Takeshi Yamagata Architects combine contemporary living spaces made of air and light with the traditional features of Japanese wooden houses.
Directly connected to the ski slopes, Faulkner Architects’ Lookout House interprets local materials and large openings with magma-coloured windows in dialogue with the Sierra Nevada landscape.
The small apartment renovated by Estudio González on the Costa del Sol is a continuous space without hierarchies, where a measured and careful arrangement of curtains organizes the spaces and filters the light of the Mediterranean Sea.
The identification of space for connection, attentive to the needs of patients as well as those of service personnel, is at the heart of the renovation of a pharmacy in the province of Bergamo by the architectural firm New Landscapes.
Leo Lionni recounts the visit to the painter's house with a sequence of words and images that seem to capture the transformation of the surroundings into works of art.
Sooyou Beauty Salon by Ad Architecture is defined by curved and linear concrete volumes, based on the concepts of division and regeneration, movement and static.
Japanese designer Yusuke Seki takes care of the interior of a small shop using nothing but a metal profile to separate the sales area from the back shop.
Mezzanines and references to Japan: studio Mas-aqui transforms the 1924 building in Barcelona into an apartment with volumes in continuous dialogue.
An investigation about the representation and use of houseplants in modern interiors in the first half of the 20th century.