To pay homage to Ettore Sottsass on the centenary of his birth, Alfredo Taroni – lithographer in Como – unveils to Domus the contribution given by the designer to his art books collection.
With the participation of Videbæk local community , Erik Brandt Dam architects and Cornelius+Vöge have renovated an abandoned school to create a civic center.
As part of an urban renewal project in Bahrain, Office KGDVS used a translucid steel mesh to ‘veil’ a cultural center, protecting it from the harsh sun of the Persian Gulf.
Inspired by Neoclassicism and the Italian Renaissance palazzo, Edoardo Tresoldi has conceived a double suspended installation at Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche in Paris.
Shoei Arao designed the interiors of a flower shop in Kōbe , Japan, creating a space that enhances the constantly changing arrangements and expressions of flowers.
Inspired by Swedish warehouses , the house designed by Bornstein Lyckefors arkitekter is painted in traditional Swedish Falu-Red colour and features plywood built-in furniture.
The Friche de l’Escalette in Marseille rescued three iconic plastic architectures from the Flower Power period and installed them within ancient ruins, giving them a second life.
TeamLab transformed a 500,000-square meter garden in Takeo-city, Japan, into an immersive digital-art labyrinth that changes as it reacts with the visitors.
To reach his secret studio in Valencia Spanish designer Lebrel made use of the existing beams under a bridge, using them as rails over which a carriage rolls.
Top image: Erik Brandt Dam architects and Cornelius+Vöge, The village in the school, Videbæk, Denmark, 2017