Aristocrat, archaeologist, intellectual, politician, traveller and man of letters, Andrea Carandini explains why homes are so important, in the existential and cultural journey called life.
Toka Lab, a multifunctional tea laboratory in Kyoto
Pre-existing architecture and surfaces in neutral tones come together in Case-Real’s project: a space designed for experiments, workshops and tea leaves preservation.
Tri-Orange Design studio planned the reuse of an industrial archaeology in Binjiang in a careful and non-invasive operation, where the pre-existence dialogues with the white plasticity of the new volumes.
Designed to ride the wave of Instagrammability, an exercise room uses lights to segment the environment and accentuate the hedonistic experience of working out.
Theo Coutanceau Domini designs a space where the raw and primitive strength of wood, metal and stone emerges.
Housed in a building designed by Elio Frisia near Milan's Central Station, the artist’s home is the den of a great book lover, cinephile and music lover.
In a building of the early ’900, Studio Pietro Airoldi transforms a clothing store in a private apartment, with a careful work of preservation and reuse of valuable materials of coating.
In an industrial complex converted into a residential block near Venice, Arbau Studio completed L Loft, a two-level flat that values the space’s potential and conformation.
For the Anim House brand, multidisciplinary studio Sanayi313 Architects created a duplex retail space reminiscent of a private flat.
Loved and hated, hot desking was already popular in the New York of the 1990s. From Domus archives, the Italian designer’s project for the advertising agency Chiat/Day.
Designed by Case-Real, the flagship store of the Milkbrew Coffee brand combines a coffee consumption and sales area with a dairy products laboratory.
Liang Architecture Studio designs a women’s clothing store in Hangzhou, China, featuring sculptural concrete furnishings and heavenly lighting.
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.
In the evocative setting of Scuola Grande della Misericordia, the two Sicilian designers have launched the preview of a furniture collection for the home. A tribute to Italian craftsmanship.