Starting with the January 2018 issue, on Domus pages will be the column “Cara Domus” (Dear Domus) to welcome readers ideas.
Delicate in its gestures and always accessible, Barber & Osgerby's works express themselves through bright colors and clear shapes. Their latest project for Vitra follows this approach.
Domus is starting a new cycle. For the coming 10 years, 10 consecutive famous architects will alternate at the editorial helm until Domus’s 100th anniversary.
The Cooper Hewitt – Smithsonian Design Museum in New York exhibits over 70 projects of the past ten years on accessibility and inclusive design.
The student residences designed by Fabrica in Bangkok are multifunctional thanks to modular elements that can be configured according to one’s needs.
With a title borrowed from the French botanist Gilles Clément, Manifesta has announced the concept of its twelfth art event, to be held in Palermo, Sicily from 16 June to 4 November 2018.
On its second edition, the ADI International Award selected designers and manufacturers that have innovated the sports world during the past year.
Floating saunas, museums that blend with the surroundings, spectacular public spaces made of bamboo. Don’t miss November’s selected stories.
An exhibition at Betts Projects in London pays tribute to one of the architects who made the greatest impact on his generation, but still little known outside of France.
There’s almost no street food restaurant in Mexico that doesn’t have a Coca-Cola chair or table. Jorge Diego Etienne takes the ‘tradition’ to the next level.
Formafantasma used wengè wood and brass for their new toy, a bull to add to the Woodyzoody kid’s collection.
The project by Paolo Bedogni blends old and new elements, restoring the vitality of an abandoned area at the Mutti factory.
Paul Smith and R.E.M. presented a capsule collection with special items in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the album "Automatic for the People".