In flat Denmark, BIG built the CopenHill in Copenaghen, a gigantic waste-to-energy incinerator that offers the extra perk of an artificial mountain for dry skiing over the roof.
JR’s artworks reminding who makes the city, the requalification of Medellín‘s periphery, an interview with Ekrem İmamoğlu, the new mayor of Istanbul, on sustainability.
Guest Editor Winy Maas introduces the topics of the new issue of Domus: the “graffiti” by JR around the city, Medellín’s transformation, the different approaches to mobility of four different cities.
Deyan Sudjic compares methods and strategies of three traditional industrial designers, at a time when younger designers seem to be focusing on sustainability.
“To work together we must share common objectives”: Paolo Cresci of Arup explains how to design for humans and nature. From Ecoworld, supplement of Domus 1038.
From the first event in New York in 1943 to what’s happening today, with brands struggling to find the most incredible locations for their shows.
The impact of the architect’s work from an economic, environmental and social point of view, and the role of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. A chat with the Danish architect, head of Institute of Architecture and Technology at KADK in Copenhagen.
Fashion and urbanism, oil Palm plantations, the project proposals for the reconstruction of Notre-Dame. Browse the gallery and discover the contents of the September issue.