Architecture

Architecture

The stage of everyday life: rediscovering Salvati and Tresoldi’s architecture

Fifty years after his first appearances on Domus, we meet Alberto Salvati, who reveals many unpublished or little-known sides of his work with Ambrogio Tresoldi, whose use of colour, but not only, is one of his main elements.

The Lloyds’ complex and the paradoxes of the technique

Through the decades, Domus published the most relevant projects built by the Italian design master; and they are all houses, be their inhabitant a single family or a whole city.

Pierluigi Nicolin

Socially distanced architecture could lead to dangerous results

In his new book Architettura in Quarantena, Lotus magazine’s director reflects on the spontaneous transformation underwent by urban spaces during this pandemic.