Introduced as a concept in a series of renderings last year, the Urbanaut is now a physical prototype, built to explore “the future of mobility through an innovative vision of space.”
Fondazione Ragghianti in Lucca is hosting "Pianeta città", an exhibition that tells the development of urban centres through more than 500 objects collected by the Italian architect.
With an investment of approximately one billion euros, the project aims to create new urban scenarios ahead of of the Milan Cortina 2026 Olympic Games through a series of sustainable redevelopment interventions.
The Portuguese visual researcher's ongoing project investigates how man's actions, whether negative or positive, modify the environment in which he lives.
Metropolitan areas have changed, and with them the design conditions of urban territories. A talk with Paola Viganò, Lina Ghotmeh, Nicolas Swetchine and Ubaldo Occhinegro.
A conversation with Enrico Vitali and Carlo Borromeo, CEO and Creative Director of the Milan design hub Garage Italia, on the cultural role of the car and the future of urban mobility, in a world where style is more important than performance.
For the Belgian studio, understanding building processes and the logistics of architectural components helps to dissect a few challenging moot points regarding contemporary times.
The German carmaker is testing the concept of a charging station that will provide a luxury fast-charging experience to the owners of its electric cars.
A place of mass holidays and suspension of time, now the new Silk Road could restore the eastern coast of the Italian peninsula to its strategic role as a gateway to the East.
The Burkina Institute of Technology is the perfect example of how clay experimentation and technical innovation make it possible to optimize the construction phase and tackle climate-related problems.
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.
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.