A British doctor presented a visual overview in order to explain the spread of cholera in Soho: his thesis wasn’t endorsed, but his map changed the world.
In this issue: David Chipperfield meets Renzo Piano; Lina Ghotmeh Architecture’s Stone Garden in Lebanon; the work of British artist Rachel Whiteread and more. Browse the gallery and discover the contents of the April issue.
Feel less lonely, tell yourself in the sudden and unexpected quarantine and show that distance can be a new form of closeness. These are some of the reasons behind two illustration calls in Coronavirus times: the French “Coronamaison” and the Italian “Stay Close(d)”.
The architectural photographer’s pictures, taken exclusively for Domus around the outer ring-road of the Italian city, capture the outskirts that we can no longer look at.
Dyson designed and put into production a ventilation machine to support the fight against the Covid-19.
Guided by Carlo Ratti, an interdisciplinary team of researchers in continuous expansion provide a not-profit alterative to the tents currently used in field hospitals during the medical emergency.
Fashion brands are producing hospital gowns and masks, fragrance companies are making hand sanitizers, the automotive sector is dealing with surgical devices or parts for hospital machinery. We are at war, yes, but now we can count on new allies.
From cruise ships transformed into floating quarantine sites to the hospital ship in Genoa: The Coronavirus pandemic turns an unexpected architectural archetype into a symbol.
Whether we live in a shared apartment, in 35sqm, in the middle of nowhere, alone or in company, we are “locked inside”. Ideas, projects and stories for an ongoing journal about living in the age of Coronavirus.
The editorial director of Domus responds to Marcus Fairs, founder of the online magazine, who had proposed to substitute the Salone del Mobile and Fuorisalone in Milan, postponed due to the Coronavirus, with a Virtual Milan Week.
From Cattelan to Adrian Paci, over a hundred artists have been called to create original drawings that can be downloaded for free and coloured. A way to express creativity in times of quarantine.