The former Domus director, colleague and friend of Giuseppe Basile, composes a moving tribute to the recently passed away art director, tracing the years of working together, and outlining his unique enthusiasm, dedication and professionalism.
We remember our friend and colleague, art director of Domus for more than 30 years, who passed away suddenly this weekend. In this interview, he recounts anecdotes from his long career at the magazine, analyzes the transition from analog to digital, and illustrates what it means to translate the ideas of one editor, (indeed thirteen editors!), into a graphic design.
After updating its brand image in the summer, the Romanian carmaker unveiled a new concept for an off-roader. It won’t get to production, but it will serve as an inspiration for the company’s new vision.
A Vietnamese design studio has created Bandit9 Nano, a vehicle that looks like something out of a 1960s sci-fi movie: it looks like a concept design, but it’s not.
Through the photos of those who suffer war in the first place, The Information Front: Volume One is a project that chronicles the first two months of the armed clash between Moscow and Kiev.
In Iwakuni, the Kusugibashi bridge has been redesigned by KKAA to merge traditional carpentry and computational design, as a symbol of renewal.
Artworks from the museum’s considerable collection will be sold to raise money in order to increase the presence of digital art.
Where there was a blank space, Apple created an island: a new graphic and interactive element that reimagines the top of the screen, probably the most important innovation introduced in the iPhone interface in recent years.
The product is the tentpole of the new Obegränsad series, a limited edition collection designed with Swedish House Mafia and aimed at musicians who want to build their recording studio at home.
The project developed by Kengo Kuma and Associates will protect the cathedral's carved portal and its statues, a function of an earlier entrance module that was demolished in the 19th century.
The two skyscrapers are covered in plants at the base, to help combat climate change.
The house of the Prancing Horse follows the trend of many other high-end car manufacturers by introducing the first 4-door car in the brand's history.