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1056 - April 2021

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A G Fronzoni Ajmone Giuseppe Alchimia Alessandro Mendini Almòdovar Pedro Alviani Getulio Anonimo Archigram Azuma Kengiro Basilico Gabriele Bass Saul Bayer Herbert Beeke Anthon Bernard Pierre Bernik Jenez Berns Bill Max Boullée Etienne-Louis Brian e Evans Brody Neville Bubbico Mauro Buszewicz Maciej Byrne David Calder Alexander Canova Antonio Carmi Eugenio Caron Sarah Carson David Casali Giorgio Casati Cesare Castelli Clino Castro Lourdes Cerri Pierluigi Chermayeff Ivan Chin Hsiao Christo Ciuti College of Fine Arts Saar Colvin Calum Confalonieri Confalonieri Giulio De Dominicis Gino Depero Fortunato Di Salvatore Nino Dibbets Jan Diens Sari Domus Academy Dorfles Gillo Dumbar Gert Eames Charles Elisava Escola Superior de Disseny Esterson Simon Fancello Salvatore Fazel Ramak Fiume Salvatore Fletcher Alan Fletcher Alan/Pentagram Fontana Lucio Fukuda Shigeo Funi Achille Gambetta Mario Gentili Moreno Gilbert & George Glaser Milton Gnoli Domenico Gottschalk, Fritz Greiman, April Grignani Franco Gruppo 65 Gruppo N Gruppo Ufo Gui Alessandro Hammacher Arno Hardis George Haus-Rukker Holmes John T. Holzer Jenny Igarashi Takenobu Jodice Mimmo Kalman Maira Kato, Ken Kawaguchi Yoichiro Kepes Gyorgy Klee Paul Klein William Kostabi Mark Lambreckt Laurie Latham William Laval Manuel Le Corbusier Loesch Uwe Long Richard Luna Bigas Lupi Italo Mack Heinz Mari Enzo Marini Marino Marotta Gino Martial Raysse Matta-Clark Gordon Mattiacci Eliseo McConnell John/Pentagram Merz Marisa Minkkinen Arno Rafael Miralda Antoni Monguzzi Bruno Monti Paolo Munari Bruno Müller Rolf Negri Newton Helmut Occhiomagico Ohtake Shinro Ott & Stein Paladino Mimmo Palma Urano Panseca Filippo Parcero Tatiana Peret Pfund Roger Piccoli Augusto Pirtle Woody / Pentagram Pistoletto Michelangelo Pizzo Greco Alfredo Pozzi Provinciali Michele Rambow Gunter Ricas Riccardo Rice Rosenquist James Rotella Mimmo Scandola Daniele Schedegger Ernesto Schlemmer Oskar Schneider Thomas / Wired Schulze Andreas Segal George Semenghini Simon Esterson Sims Karl Sottsass Ettore Spuybroek Lars - NOX St. Florian Friedrich Tahara Keiichi Tanaka Ikko The Blue Chemist The Royal College of Art Tibor Tillmans Wolfang Tissi Rosmarie Tony Tovaglia Pino Van Hees Emile Vargas Rafael Veronesi Luigi Vignelli Massimo Warchol Paul Webb Boyd Wolf Henry Woods Lebbeus Works Zush

410 - January 1964

Stoffe finlandesi

942 - December 2010

411 - February 1964

Municipio di Bat Yam, Israele

446 - January 1967

Arnaldo Pomodoro lavora alla sfera in ferro per il Padiglione Italia alla Expo'67 a Montreal

773 - July 1995

L'Arte in sé non esiste.

521 - April 1973

Argomenti del numero di Domus

893 - June 2006

414 - May 1964

Pianta della "casa sotto una foglia", arch. Gio Ponti

651 - June 1984

Colloquio con James Stirling

161 - May 1941

Vasi in maiolica, manifatture Richard-Ginori

537 - August 1974

Complesso scolastico "Les Maradas" a Cergy-Pontoise, arch.tti Pencreac'h, Lenclos, Mourgue

467 - October 1968

Una

1031 - January 2019

You are urbanism

64 - April 1933

156 - December 1940

1006 - October 2016

1030 - December 2018

Diversity

506 - January 1972

Grand Hotel Tre Croci, Campo dei Fiori sul Sacro Monte di Varese, G. Sommaruga

595 - June 1979

La torre d'acqua di Jeddah, studio VBB di Stoccolma

864 - November 2003

660 - April 1985

A Bureau in William and Mary Style, progetto di Robert Venturi alla mostra "Le affinità elettive", 17° Triennale di Milano

744 - December 1992

262 - October 1951

Piscina della villa T. a Monza, arch. Minoletti; scultura subacquea di Antonia Tomasini

613 - January 1981

Tomàs Maldonado

922 - February 2009

168 - December 1941

Ceramiche di Salvatore Fancello e stoffe di Borghi

1051 - November 2020

798 - November 1997

Star System

912 - March 2008

1042 - January 2020

494 - January 1971

Paolo Scheggi, ambiente alla mostra "Vitalità del negativo nell'arte italiana 1960/70" a Roma

1024 - May 2018

Landscape.

732 - November 1991

Case di abitazione a Fukuoka (Giappone), Mark Mack

770 - April 1995

Tutte le strade portano a Milano

70 - October 1933

643 - October 1983

Colloquio con Ettore Sottsass

325 - December 1956

Composizione con porta

323 - October 1956

Porta divisoria "Modernfold" della Siccet, arch. Monti Cantieri

981 - June 2014

44 - August 1931

344 - July 1958

Composizione

996 - November 2015

25 - January 1930

Carta da gioco 1930 - 1929

229 - July 1948

Interno di automotrice panoramica da turismo della O.M., arch. Renzo Zavanella

1016 - September 2017

Elaborazione grafica di un disegno di Enzo Cucchi. Nel centenario della nascita di Ettore Sottsass, l’artista e amico gli rende omaggio proprio sulla sua Domus con un disegno Sottsass”, 2017 (penna bic su carta, 5,5 x 4,5 cm) –
e con un pensiero: “Si nasce con la parola”, che entra fin dentro le pagine della rivista.

310 - September 1955

Nuova poltrona "Delfino" della Ar-flex, disegno di E. Carboni

939 - September 2010

383 - October 1961

Pianta di papiro

1046 - May 2020

Purdue Pharma, Stamford, Connecticut

627 - April 1982

Mussolini's bath-room, interno con chaise-longue "Genni" di Mucchi, portaoggetti "Chichibio" di Levi-Montalcini e Pagano, sedia-scagno "Follia" e poltrona "Benita" di Terragni per Zanotta

800 - January 1998

2028

479 - October 1969

Cucina disegnata da R. Loewy per Doubinski Frères

526 - September 1973

Argomenti del numero di Domus

717 - June 1990

Due edifici residenziali a Hillekop, Rotterdam, studio Mecanoo

673 - June 1986

Università della Calbria a Reggio Calabria, studio Gregotti Associati

604 - March 1980

Frank Gehry

315 - February 1956

Effetti della vernice scrostata sull'esterno di una roulottette

41 - May 1931

499 - June 1971

Sedia "Kazuki" della Simon International, disegno di Kazuhide Takahama

785 - September 1996

Materia e informazione

897 - November 2006

124 - April 1938

794 - June 1997

Il concetto artistico dell'oggetto

761 - June 1994

La certezza del dubbio

1002 - May 2016

362 - January 1960

Composizione

684 - June 1987

Edificio per uffici

636 - February 1983

Colloquio con Luigi Colani

894 - July 2006

911 - February 2008

539 - October 1974

Progetto "Manitou Station", arch.tti L.H. Pomeroy e J. Lebduska Associates

669 - February 1986

Heinrich-Hubsch Schule a Karlsruhe, arch. Heinz Mohl

162 - June 1941

Veduta di arredamento, arch.tti B.B.P.

959 - June 2012

478 - September 1969

Fotogramma dal film

34 - October 1930

Mobile per tinello, T. Buzzi

232 - January 1949

Cintz per arredamento, Fede Cheti

259 - June 1951

Manifesto della IX Triennale di Milano

560 - July 1976

Foto di Taxi esposti alla mostra "Taxi projects: realistic solution for today" al MoMA di New York

26 - February 1930

Caraffa e teiera

741 - September 1992

862 - September 2003

57 - September 1932

555 - February 1976

Bella Centre di Copenhagen, arch.tti Meyer e Jorgensen

860 - June 2003

704 - April 1989

Christo: The umbrellas

98 - February 1936

Vetrata di Luigi Fontana su cartone di Gio Ponti nella biblioteca del palazzo della scuola di matematica alla città universitaria di Roma

597 - August 1979

Copertura di verde vivente realizzata dal gruppo "Bauen mit Pflanzen" della Gesamthochschule di Kassel

65 - May 1933

180 - December 1942

Libreria nell'appartamento del dott. D.N. a Milano

3 - March 1928

Cristallo inciso da Edward Hald, Orrefors

1009 - January 2017

Elaborazione grafica di alcuni disegni di Wang Shu e Lu Wenyu per la riqualificazione del Wencun Village, Fuyang, Cina

391 - June 1962

Lamiera tagliata

397 - December 1962

314 - January 1956

Composizione

765 - November 1994

Le idee volano

623 - December 1981

Charles Jencks

935 - April 2010

386 - January 1962

45 - September 1931

898 - December 2006

327 - February 1957

Composizione

514 - September 1972

Sears Building ad Alhambra (USA), arch. A.C. Martin & Associates

475 - June 1969

Mostra "Domus-design" a Zurigo

859 - May 2003

355 - June 1959

Poltrona

888 - January 2006

647 - February 1984

Colloquio con Bruno Zevi

63 - March 1933

614 - February 1981

Rina Brion

845 - February 2002

 

sedia di Jean Prouvé prodotta da Vitra

 

5 - May 1928

Grande scaldino in forma di cassettone, antica ceramica Savonese

1043 - February 2020

Also known as the Psychology Tower at the University of California, Los Angeles, Shepard Ivory Franz Hall II opened in 1967. Franz Hall II is not primarily notable for its design (a square structural concrete grid), nor its scale (although when new it was the tallest building on campus) but because of its architect. Paul Revere Williams was the first black member of the American Institute of Architects, and later its first black fellow. He fought to transcend the prejudices of his predominantly white client base, and indeed was largely successful in doing so. He designed hundreds of buildings across Los Angeles, in a wide variety of styles, from sober middle-class homes to Beaux Arts mansions, from modernist civic structures – including parts of Los Angeles Airport – to Beverly Hills hotels. The most frequently told story about Williams is that he learnt to draw upside down to avoid making his clients feel uncomfortable by sitting next to them during design meetings. In fact, in his own telling of the story, Williams mastered the skill in order to deflect attention from his race and direct it instead towards his impressive technical facility. Thomas Demand was attracted to the rational, modular efficiency of Franz Hall II, which corresponds with his own technique of cutting repeating paper shapes for his models with a digital plotter. The thinness of his construction, too, here resonates with the identity of the building: a neutral facade that occludes not only the complexity of Williams’s biography but also the disfunction and pain that was addressed within. This is the first time Williams’s work has been featured on the cover of Domus.

61 - January 1933

903 - May 2007

88 - April 1935

Studio di casa M. a Milano, arch. G. Palanti, mobili in frassino di Meroni e Fossati

667 - December 1985

O.T.