Interviews - Domus

Designing social systems

Nicolas Laisné and Dimitri Roussel discuss their practice that, turning to a rare intensity of design, contemplates social and environmental changes underway.


Architecture / Salvator-John A. Liotta Fabienne Louyot


Sections of Autonomy

The two curators of the exhibition at Pastificio Cerere in Rome, Luca Galofaro and Choi Won-joon, talk about the career paths of six young Korean architects and the context that formed them.



Music and art in Tasmania

Brian Ritchie – curator of the Festival of Music and Art of Hobart, on Australia’s distant island, Tasmania – recounts how musicians and artists suit the site, the location and the environment.


Art / Philippa Nicole Barr


MODU Architecture

Phu Hoang and Rachely Rotem, MODU co-directors, are spending a year in Rome conducting research on Italy’s contemporary ruins: unfinished projects in various states of “weather modification.”  


Architecture / Maria Luisa Palumbo


Best of 2016 #interview

The interviews we selected among the 2016 ones range from projects to visions: they all demonstrate the interviewees passion.



Design Museum Dharavi

Dharavi, a busy neighbourhood of Mumbai, sees the launch of an interesting museum project dedicated to design, coordinated by Amanda Pinatih and Jorge Mañes Rubio.


Design / Marco Petroni