In dialogue with four exceptional interviewees, Domus explores the impacts of Covid on the built environment, to understand how the role of buildings as promoters of wellness and health will be reconfigured.
Tropicalia, the largest single dome greenhouse in the world
Designed by the studio Coldefy and built in Northern France, it will be carbon positive and will bring the flora and fauna of the tropics into the heart of Europe.
To help reducing road congestion, the Dutch capital has started testing autonomous electric vessels on its waterways.
The installation is a circular door, inspired by sci-fi designs, connecting the two cities via a real-time video feed.
Connecting a system of three squares, there will be a new big public park, an art installation, urban vegetable gardens, recreational areas and sports fields.
Through the images of both students and established photographers, the research project maps the boundaries of the Sicilian city, presents the current state of its suburbs and invites to take action.
Together with Italo Rota and Chuck Hoberman, CRA designed umbrellas that produce electricity using sunlight. The first 12 will be installed at BAM in Milan.
The project for the renovation of one of Milan’s major squares is a dangerous precedent of alienation of a collective asset, the outcome of a negotiation between public and private actors based on controversial criteria.
The Blue Line Park in Busan is a linear urban park that extends 5 km to the sea. A project by the Italians Migliore + Servetto Architects.
For the small town of Monte Urano, the Italian street artist completes Landscape/Struttura G051, a work promoting meeting and establishing a new relation with the context.
The volume Urban Farmers, published by Gestalten, documents innovative urban agriculture practices around the world. We interviewed the authors.
Transformed by the passing of time and their altered relationship with the city, they have nonetheless retained their spiritual and cultural value.
An unused parkland was transformed into a colourful complex of independent residences for the city’s unhoused.