Fiorenzo Galli, General Manager of the Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology, welcomes domusforum 2020 reflecting on the profound implications of the Covid crisis at an urban and social level.
The CEO of Editoriale Domus Sofia Bordone explains why the company's commitment is confirmed in the time of Covid and will be renewed next year as well.
Will the concept of cities as we know them survive the era of the virus?
The deputy director of the UNESCO World Heritage Center in Paris Jyoti Hosagrahar explains why cities are much more than meets the eye and their heritage is a key lever of development.
Mauro Ceruti, full professor of Philosophy of Science at IULM Milan, delves into the deeper nature of the pandemic crisis.
Wowo Ding, Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani, Rahul Mehrotra and Sarah M. Whiting debated one of the crucial issues that emerged during the pandemic.
David Chipperfield, the outgoing guest editor of Domus reflects on the work done at the helm of the magazine in this 2020 so heavily affected by the pandemic and on the role of the architect himself.
On 4 November, the Cavallerizze hall of the Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci, Milan, played host to the third edition of domusforum - the future of cities, the convention organised by Domus with the aim of promoting exchange between the world of design and social sciences, culture, finance, businesses and civil society.
The managing director of Boston Consulting Group Italy Nicola Pianon presents the results of the research carried out in partnership with Domus.
Writer Igiaba Scego takes us for a tour of the Capital, in search of the symbols of a problematic past. Not to be erased but rather understood and explained