Paris may be celebrated for its monuments and museums, but its creative scene still has room to grow. Watch how a group of electronic music promoters is trying to transform Parisian art, music, and nightlife by expanding into new neighborhoods beyond the city limits.
If windows could talk, what would they say? These minimalistic illustrations by graphic designer José Guízar, posted weekly, express the unique character of New York City’s diverse neighborhoods.
Since their invention between the 18th and 19th centuries, roller coasters have become some of the largest, most complex, and most sophisticated feats of urban architecture. Domus highlights some fascinating examples of “architecture of adrenaline,” including Japan’s “Vanish” roller coaster which disappears suddenly into an underground tunnel.
In the digital age, it’s increasingly rare for people to go out of their way to access a library. But what if libraries were smaller, more mobile, and more easily accessible? These four libraries are using movable structures and obsolete phone booths to bring books to the people.
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