With his editorial, Fulvio Irace presents the new issue, completely dedicated to an “upside-down” journey through Italy, that starts from Sicily. Domus 1063 is available online and at newsstands from December 7.
Metropolitan City has approved the Biciplan “Cambio” project. The first path will be ready for the summer of 2022 and will connect the city with Segrate and the Idroscalo. The end of the works is instead scheduled for 2035.
The car manufacturer showed a concept of a new massive 750HP vehicle that will be very similar to the production version of the SUV, expected for late 2022.
IKEA Japan launches a 107 square feet apartment in Tokyo for less than $1 per month. Located in the Shinjuku district, the tiny apartment, completely furnished by IKEA, will hit the market only for 99 yen (USD$0.86).
Now you can share your work through a new function by Domus where you can upload your architecture, design, interior, graphics, illustration, photography and art projects.
Surrounded by a slope covered with azaleas in the early spring, Valley Gallery celebrates the first 30 years since the Benesse Art Museum’s opening and aims to make the visitors experience the resonance of nature, architecture and art.
In a year of evolutionary upgrades, we picked five smartphone models that stood out in a market saturated with disturbingly similar designs and overlapping feature sets.
Colorful, functional and eco-sustainable, Stadium 974, designed by Fenwick Iribarren Architects, marks an important step in the design of sports facilities.
French DJ and producer Cyril Etienne des Rosaies (aka DJ Deep) chose to link anecdotes, meetings and tales of nightlife to his huge T-shirt collection.
As discos around the world have been welcoming dancers back, we trace the relationship between clubbing, design and youth culture through ten one-of-a-kind venues.
A virtual journey through the past, present and future of digital worlds. To understand what we are talking about when we talk about the metaverse. Or rather, about metaverses.
ZHA designed Studio City Resort’s expansion in the Chinese city. Los Angeles was a reference not only for what concern entertainment, but also sustainability.
The iconic tulip-shaped tower, already an icon of the city before it was even built, will not be erected because it is “highly unsustainable.”