Editorial - Domus
 

For a theory of design

The 1009 issue’s editorial discusses how a design theory has to be formulated to become a common thought for architects responding to the contemporaneity needs.

 

Op-ed / Nicola Di Battista

Continuing to make Rome

Nicola Di Battista goes back to last month’s editorial theme because “we are obliged to continue to make Rome”.

 

Op-ed / Nicola Di Battista

If Rome isn’t Rome

In November’s editorial Nicola Di Battista calls to action citizens and politicians for reviving Rome. Without its capital the entire country is suffering.

 

Op-ed / Nicola Di Battista

Reconstruction is an exquisitely cultural issue

The reconstruction in the territory of Amatrice, devastated by the quake in August, should be afforded having previously seriously defined what does it mean.

 

Op-ed

Are you with us?

In September’s editorial Nicola Di Battista underlines which the ultimate meaning of a magazine is: the luxury of reflecting on what is necessary to better practise the architect’s profession.

 

Op-ed

If anyone can do anything

In July–August Domus issue, Nicola Di Battista affirms that the conditions are now right once again to allow architecture to drive a better use of the territory and construction, more in keeping with our resources and expectations.  

 

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Time to act

In June’s Domus editorial Nicola Di Battista affirms that architecture must be describable and that a project should always belong to a theoretical apparatus that determines and sustains it.

 

Op-ed / Nicola Di Battista

A gift to Milan

In May editorial Nicola Di Battista affirms that the Lombard capital is once again expressing a sentiment that can also be quickly transmitted to the ever-increasing numbers of people flocking to visit the numerous initiatives and the many cultural events offered by the city.

 

Op-ed

Domus, Evviva

In April’s editorial, Nicola Di Battista affirm that Domus is a magazine for architectural design and not about architectural design: meaning that he is no less interested in the end-product of that design than he is in the theoretical and practical work that underpins it.

 

Op-ed / Nicola Di Battista

The future is now

In February’s editorial Nicola Di Battista sees in the young generations in dialogue with the masters the possibility of a radical change.

 

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What future for Italian architecture

In January editorial, Nicola di Battista confronts the MAXXI architecture collection with the exhibition “Comunità Italia” at Milan Triennale to state the need of a more clear and shared language for the Italian architecture.

 

Op-ed / Nicola Di Battista

 

The fall and reconstruction of the polis

What happened in Paris is a tragic reminder of how the road to a peaceful coexistence among peoples is still long and insidious but it is the only road possible.

 

Op-ed / Nicola Di Battista