Ahead of the event filmed in the Triennale di Milano that will be streamed this evening, Andrea Laszlo De Simone’s Il Film del Concerto (‘The Film of the Gig’) brings us to reflect on how technical necessities and new visual solutions can cohabit virtual spaces.
Through projects and visions by Junya-Ishigami+Associates, Katarsis, Neri Oxman and others, the new issue of Domus is all about the relationship between man and his constructions on one side, and nature on the other.
The recent discovery of a printed volume from late 16th century might cast a new light on the master of Venetian Villas, unveiling a project developed for the city of Milan.
The team, which includes Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Carlo Ratti Associati, will design the masterplan of the former railway area. The initiative led by Coima, Covivio and Prada Holding will revitalise an area that is focal in the sustainable transformation of Milan.
13 digital meetings to discover the style and history of Olivetti. The appointment of March 25, dedicated to the brand’s stores, will be attended by Walter Mariotti, Domus editorial director.
Custom builder Walt Siegl came up with a new concept for an e-motorbike whose design is heavily inspired “by the larger two-wheeled world”.
Even in the midst of the pandemic, Japan has continued to expand its theme parks with new attractions inspired by the fictional world. Super Nintendo World is now opening in Osaka.
Symbol of the precarious nature of digital capitalism but also of the metropolises and their transformation, delivery riders have become the heroes of the coronavirus lockdown – while still being precarious. The first of a documentary series tells the coronavirus lockdown in Milan from their point of view.
The digital pair will be available on Belarus-based Wanna’s app for an augmented reality fitting and taking pictures with them. It seems like the NFT craze is taking over fashion too.
As a spin-off of the Domus interview, the Almare artistic collective explains the rise of social media based on voice chats and of audio on the web in general, which, not so long ago, seemed to be the undisputed reign of images.
Haus Dosan is Gentle Monster’s new hybrid space in a five-storey building in Seoul. The project features a collaboration with the world-renowned artist Arca.
Awarded the projects that made the best use of Spanish ceramics: a residence and its terracotta cladding, a mini restaurant in Barcelona and a centre for under-aged immigrants.