Reviews - Domus

Five books for the summer

Social and catastrophe design. The architecture of David Adjaye and Dominque Perrault’s groundscapes. Lastly, the history of Modernism as told by Aaron Betsky. These are the books we’re taking on holiday.




Pezo von Ellrichshausen: Exteriors

In Paris, an exhibition and a pavilion, the latter created with the French sculptor Christian Boltanski, showed the latest spatial explorations of the Chilean duo Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen.


Architecture / Giaime Meloni

One hundred years from now

At Palazzo Reale in Milan, an impressive display of 100 pieces of work made between 1967 and 1987 renders homage to Vincenzo Agnetti, an early, subtle, sharp-minded exponent of Italian conceptualism.


Art / Ilaria Bombelli


Skulptur Projekte 2017

Thanks to its editions every ten years, “Skulptur Projekte”, an exhibition devoted to sculpture in public spaces, is a litmus test for studying the relationship between art and urban dynamics.


Art / Gabi Scardi


Ettore Sottsass at the Met

More than a classic retrospective, the New York Met Breuer’s exhibition dedicated to Ettore Sottsass is an exploration into the jungle of the Italian architect and designer’s interests.


Design / Veronica Santi

Documenta 14 at Kassel

After Athens, the 2017 edition of Documenta continues in Kassel and proves to be an anti-spectacular research exhibition with a time-release factor, filled with names from outside the mainstream.   


Art / Gabi Scardi