BIG’s Lego headquarters, a new square for Tirana and a sublime ring-shaped holiday home are among competitor for this year’s European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award.
Hundreds of villas of questionable fairytale aesthetics have been built close to an ancient Silk Road village in Turkey – but the company behind them is bankrupt, leaving the area a ghosttown.
We dedicate 2019 to exploring the world of the future. Winy Maas' inaugural issue as guest editor includes a survey of speculative urbanism projects in Africa, and discusses the role of signs and video games in placemaking.
On Domus 1031, Editorial Director Walter Mariotti discusses with the mayor of the most european (and least italian) of all italian cities about present problems, new challenges and the Milano Renaissance.
An exhibition at nGbK Berlin and a publication explore the role and agency of bots in an increasingly automatized and dataficated society.
On show at Arc en Rêve, the projects selected by CA’ASI Architecture Studio give voice to a scene claiming for its own contemporary status of independence.
Gallerist Rossana Orlandi has launched the Ro Plastic Prize, a competition challenging designers to come up with solutions to plastic pollution.
Lebanese architect Hashim Sarkis has been appointed as the director for the 17th edition of the biennial architecture festival.
After the disastrous crash of the Morandi viaduct on 14 August, it is time to rebuild. Work on Renzo Piano's new design will begin on 31 March, in time for completion by Christmas 2019.