The Ruina wing (in Russian, ruin) of the Museum of Architecture Aleksey Viktorovich Schusev of Moscow was originally the coach house of the estate built in 1787 for the chamberlain Aleksandr Talyzin, starting from a project attributed to the architect Matvey Kazakov.
Thinking about Australia usually means recalling images of beautiful unique landscapes in wild uncontaminated places, often inhabited by exotic animals. Undoubtedly, this image coincides with reality when referring to the famous outback, i.e. the inner territories basically untouched by man. By contrast the coastal part of the country is definitely more familiar to foreign visitors
An interview with Jimmie Durham and Maria Thereza Alves
Something new has appeared in the fascinating landscape of the Bosphorus Strait. Slender, soaring while at the same time powerful, contemporary, reaching out to the future, this is the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, the new
This reinterpretation of the Genoese “sciamarra” by Linearama, a new group of Ligurian architects, in collaboration with Valter Scelsi, is a small example of interior design that combines the traditional and the contemporary with vivacious elegance
By taking a closer look at the new ways we are inhabiting spaces and listening to the needs of those who live in them, we have created the new LAGO 2020/21 collection, designed to redesign the homes of tomorrow.
Inspired by the majestic Mesoamerican architectures, which lend it an iconic and rational appearance, the first collection of outdoor kitchen is born: Tikal.
Linea Light Group has taken part in the extraordinary façade lighting project that revolutionised the appearance of Athens International Airport, creating a dazzling rainbow of LEDs that will light up the skies over the Greek capital.
On the 14th of May the Milan Triennale opened its doors to the first great retrospective on the Roman architect Carlo Aymonino (1926-2010).
As a speaker at the UAE Professional Housekeepers Group Meeting taking place at The Hotel Show, Dubai 2021, Tatiana Ahmed offers insightful, adaptable and technological approaches to housekeeping in a post-pandemic hospitality industry, discussing the challenges faced then and now, and how there is a bright, safe and clean future ahead
The “INES” centre of the Universidad of Bio-Bio in the city of Concepción in Chile fully synthesises the work of Chilean architects Mauricio Pezo and
An e-commerce platform with more than 35,000 design products, an in-house interior decor line and an obsessive attention to the person, with a very high level of customer care guaranteed by 15 native speakers
The issues of style can be said to be the basis of the centuries-old debate on art and architecture
The Italian Pavilion at the Dubai Expo 2020 has finally been inaugurated
The M+ Museum, a huge hub for 20th and 21st century visual arts in Hong Kong, designed by Herzog & De Meuron in collaboration with TFP Farrells and Arup, was finally completed last March
Chat ‘n Chill is a new architecture and design web series produced by Compasses magazine. A series of interviews marking Index 2021.