Remembering the Italian industrialist Piero Busnelli, founder of B&B Italia, Domus turns to its archives to propose a 1982 feature describing his entrepreneurial attitude.
“The ubiquity of surveillance devices has by now reached the stage in which it is self-sustaining and self-fertilising”. Bauman is the thinker who analized the Liquid Modernity
Foreseeing trends and art market dictums, the Panza di Biumo collection was, in the fifties and sixties, one of the few in Italy to provide an accurate snapshot of the international art scene.
The 1964-65 New York World's Fair IBM pavilion, designed by Charles Eames with Studio Saarinen, featured a suspended ovoid theatre over a canopy of steel trees, in which a multimedia show offered glimpses of the future.
Luigi Figini designed and built this house in 1934-35. It is a programmatic summary of all the principles of modern architecture as dictated by Le Corbusier.
Especially from the 70s until the 80s, Andy Warhol has been mentioned numerous times on Domus pages. Here is our anthology from the archives.
- Editorial: Objects are our world
- Economy: Economy and cultural production
- Projects: David Chipperfield Architects Berlin, Neue Nationalgalerie; Neri&Hu, Tsingpu Yangzhou Retreat; Focus Earthquake: the Gordian Knot of earthquakes
- Cinema: Skipping through time
- Rassegna: Frame systems