An issue entirely dedicated to the city of Milan and its transformation, presented by Fulvio Irace: here is his editorial “Grass-roots Milan”.
The British architect will lead Domus during 2020. He is the third editor of the 10x10x10 series: ten international architects invited to direct the magazine in the run-up to its 100th anniversary.
At Spazio in Milan, the small exhibition “Beyond the senses, the clouds” features engraved figures, ancient characters and sculptures that a Chinese child uses to learn the characters.
Two days dedicated to the protagonists of manufacturing, craftsmanship and digital manufacturing in and around Milan. On 29 and 30 November, more than 100 spaces open their doors with a program of visits, meetings and workshops.
The project by Google Arts and Culture also brings tons of digitalized archives, a tour on Google Earth and more.
The complex of four new buildings of Bocconi University in Milan will be fully completed next year. The new campus is energetically self-sufficient.
MarinaTex, a new kind of compostable plastic film made with waste fish, has won the 2019 edition of the design competition.
The new Campovolo arena is a permanent structure designed to host up to 100,000 people. Designed by a team including Iotti+Paravani Architetti, Tassoni & Partners and Lauro Sacchetti Associati, it will be inaugurated in 2020.
Photographer Luca Quagliato’s new book sheds light on the environmental crimes of Northern Italy during a century long industrial production.
Elon Musk unveiled a futuristic, semi-armored electric vehicle with a sharp and unreassuring design that will probably collide with its declared intent: convincing America’s more conservative car owners to switch to EVs.
For the British architect, the science fiction of his youth is the reality of today and the science fiction of today will be reality for the next generation.
Roberto Bellantoni’s RLab design space in Milan will host the exhibition “Stories” from 21 November, displaying the works of Paolo Mei, Giorgio Pasqualetti, Viola Simoncioni, Sara Vola and Severina Zumbo.