Here’s a selection of models that already exist or are on the verge of arrival, which exploit the design advantage of electric engines in the most striking way.
Elipsa is more or less the size of an iPad but lighter, and you can write or draw on the e-ink screen with a stylus, as Ramesh Mantha, VP of Kobo, explains to Domus.
A chat with Emanuele Pizzolorusso, who designed a radio with a functionalist touch that connected to a smartphone can be used to travel around the world. In contention for the Compasso d'Oro 2022 awards.
Connecting a system of three squares, there will be a new big public park, an art installation, urban vegetable gardens, recreational areas and sports fields.
Geometry is the focus of the June issue of Domus. As guest editor Tadao Ando recounts, it is the fundamental principle of human creations. From architecture to art and design, it is the testimony of our civilization’s passage on earth.
“Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street” is now open. An exhibition entirely dedicated to sneakers and footwear as a lifestyle that becomes a work of art.
Born as pure and simple military vehicles during World War II, they have evolved over time to strike an incredible balance between versatility and elegance.
The creator of Zero talks about the role of architecture in the Netflix series and in his stories, the reasons why he escaped the suburbs and how we are all, in the end, the place we live in.
Professionals could use the new technology to showcase 3D models, but it’s still in a concept phase, and it only works with one user at a time.
The Canadian company Daymak claims that it already received $300 million in pre-order commitments for its range of eccentric electric vehicles.
Supersalone will be the name of the special event of the Salone del Mobile.Milano, at the Fiera di Rho from 5 to 10 September. New features include opening to the public, a digital platform for buying furniture and a flexible wall instead of stands.