In a few years, the footwear company founded in 2006 in Tokyo has attracted a global audience. Combining Japanese design tradition with the outdoor fashion and casualwear market.
Horizn Studios launches Circle One, a sustainable piece of luggage, realized with 100% plant-based materials and designed to be repaired.
With the E-Pilen concept, Husqvarna confirms it’s serious about electric motorbikes: the new bike will come in 2022, will feature a swappable battery and could revolutionize the European e-motorbike market.
Design Educate Awards selected 80 projects from five continents for their ability to have a positive, long-term impact on our planet.
Through on-site pavilions, online sessions and art installations, this year’s exhibition at Somerset House will explore the role of international design in reshaping our future.
An initiative curated by Giulia Pellegrino that involves 17 design studios and combines the worlds of interior design and theater.
An investment of 37 million euros for the refurbishment project of the first Rinascente store in the Italian capital, designed by Milanese studio 2050+.
Guest editor Tadao Ando talks about his vision of the landscapes of the future, Jordi Bellmunt Chiva analyzes the challenges of landscape design, Tomoki Kato takes us on a tour of Japan's new gardens. Browse the gallery and discover the contents of the magazine.
With sublime pieces by top designers like Giacometti, Lalanne and Besnard, Sotheby’s New York held the auction with the highest ever valued design sale.
The president of BNL, Andrea Munari, tells Domus about his plan to survive the moment of crisis – with a total redesign and new approach.