25 years without the tutelary deity of good design, an all-round artist in exploring all fields of creation and expression. Including surreal irony, such as that of his lucid provocation targeting the design world in 1944, from the pages of Domus.
Sixty years ago, the impressive public complex designed by the Fallingwater House maestro, begun after his death, made its debut on the pages of Domus.
From the Domus archives, a visionary reflection by Michele De Lucchi and a journey through the idea of workspace proposed by design 40 years ago, amidst the pressures of evolving information technology, flexibility and the last expressions of space-age fantasies.
From the Domus archive, the light installation with which Dan Flavin consecrated the small Texas town, chosen by minimalist Donald Judd as his residence, to a cult destination for the art world. An escalation in notoriety with not entirely predictable results.
In the late 1980s, Italy’s second national news program, broadcast by RAI, bore the same signature as the iconic New York subway map: an essay in visual design theory and practice, from the Domus archive.
Sfera, Booster, Free: in 1995, Domus explored the evolution of a pillar of global mobility, transitioning from a budget alternative to cars, to an ecological one. A mirror of contemporary urban life and flexibility of production systems.
From the Domus archive, the 30th anniversary of a milestone in contemporary architecture: the deconstructivist manifesto created by the Iraqi-British star-architect for the campus of the iconic design brand.
From the Domus archives, the story of the iconic PH lamps, produced by Louis Poulsen, and their creator, a critic of the contemporary with a modern approach to design.
As the 80th Venice International Film Festival opens at the Lido, we return through Domus archive to 1991, when the projects nominated to give the Festival, for the first time, a completely new home were published.