The new Chinese structure is based on the model of Xiaotangshan Hospital, built in Beijing to face SARS outbreak in 2003.
The urban panorama is twisted and enters houses thanks to the new furniture collection by Vuitton’s men’s wear creative director Virgil Abloh, on show at Galerie kreo.
The Italian Cultural Association NOSTOI launched Cités Ouvrières, a fundraising campaign on Kickstarter to value and protect Moroccan architecture built between the 1920s and the 1960s.
At CAC, an exhibition focuses on the relationship between writing and the visual arts, between word and image, analysing the common fields of drawing and writing.
Sissi’s bold sculptures-clothes are the protagonists of a show that highlights the cardinal aspects of her poetics. For the Bologna Art Week, a performance by the artist is planned.
An artist, a director and a choreographer work together to bring on stage a deeply revisited Greek myth. Through a moving structure that embodies all the feelings of the human soul.
Palazzo Pallavicini in Bolgona hosts 50 unique works in an exhibition divided into seven sections, dedicated to the themes dearest to the artist. The interview.
With 20 iconic locations, from Mies’ Villa Tugendhat to Warhol’s Factory, “Home Stories - 100 Years, 20 Visionary Interiors” displays the modern history of interior design.
Guest Editor David Chipperfield introduces the topics of the new issue of Domus and talks about the idea of planning, that will be explored throughout 2020.
A short guide to the most awaited and surprising buildings, which open to public next year all over the world.
For the shops in Milan and Rome, inspired by dreams, Hermès involved three young set designers from the Brera Academy of Fine Arts together with Luca Sacchi Studio.