In the special edition 2020, DimoreDesign tells us through pictures and interviews the protagonists of design, who over the years have set up the most beautiful historic houses in Bergamo.
Entitled Empathy Revisited, the fifth edition of the event will be dedicated, in view of recent global events, to care practices and new models of living together.
For the new 2020/2021 football season, Nike designs new graphics inspired by the iconic Italian design movement for the Milanese football club, but supporters do not seem to like it.
Taking advantage of the lack of tourists, the Parisian Town Hall rents small boats on the Canal de l’Ourcq for an innovative “drive-in” cinema.
A new book features an investigation of mafia and its landscape through black and white photographs of Southern Italy.
From fashion to digital and what is alternative today, the street has taken on a fundamental role in the culture of recent years. But what has the street become, after the global lockdown?
In this issue David Chipperfield visits Finn William’s studio; Bernd Scherer states the need for a new alphabet of living in society; theatre director Robert Wilson tells us about his personal collection of chairs. Browse the gallery and discover the contents of the July-August issue.
Director Hedwig Fijen explains how this pivotal Biennale is evolving and getting ready, less than two months before its late-August opening.
Pirelli’s executive vice president and CEO in a conversation with Walter Mariotti about the new headquarters of the company, just opened in Milan.
Designed by Angelo Bianchetti in 1958 for the food company Pavesi, the building has been partially demolished: the three self-supporting arches remain standing, remnants of a futuristic manifesto for architecture.
It was presented the new summer calendar of the Florentine structure, which will be inaugurated today together with the reopening of the exhibition “La Meraviglia” of the six young artists involved in the Residenze d’Artista.
Conceived as a contemporary forum, the Würth Group’s complex is now finished. From the exhibition halls to the large sculpture park, making reference to the company’s history in Künzelsau.