The photo exhibition by Jacopo Di Cera at Stamberga becomes a research on the society and the landscape of Italy.
A selection of the best articles recently published on Domus that you might have missed: architecture and interviews, projects and explorations, plus forays into the world of art, NFT, fashion and beyond.
Once regenerated, the former Rizzoli building in Milan will host co-working spaces, a supermarket, a medical center, and a big plaza, all surrounded by greenery. Botanist Stefano Mancuso will partecipate to the project.
The designer’s Fuseproject studio and Cionic partnered to create Neural Sleeve, an AI leg wrap for people with limited mobility.
The tech giant plans to install its second Chicago headquarters in Helmut Jahn's iconic building.
The Japanese designer firm presents the Culvert Guesthouse, which experiments with the use of precast concrete tunnels for architecture.
Born in France, Swimmy promises to introduce its users to dream pools that can be used for a few hours or all day long.
K11 ECOAST aims to integrate business, art, and citizens, with attention to sustainability and the circular economy.
Fosbury Architecture, the young architects collective, has been picked to curate the Italian Pavilion at the 18th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.
In a small village in the Azores, the Portuguese studio Bernardo Rodrigues Architects designed a chapel that aims to be an apparatus measuring the passing of time.
Sluishuis is a building complex built on an artificial island on Lake IJ, opening up to the water with an inner harbour and inviting visitors to climb up to the roof via a stepped path to the city.
The Alessi family’s house on Lake Maggiore, designed by the Italian architect in 1989, is now for sale for 7 million euros.