From the drawings of Tomaso Buzzi, culture and eclecticism, detachment and wryness, latin transcriptions, high society and melancholy brought to life La Scarzuola, an iconic building hidden in the Umbrian hills.
On October 30, 1963, Lamborghini unveiled its first car. To celebrate the Italian brand and its design history, Domus republishes this interview with the designer of iconic supercars like Lamborghini Countach and Miura.
In the 1960s, the development of thermo-bonding techniques for waterproof plastic fabrics led to the proliferation of pneumatic applications.
Between 1912 and 1948, the Olympic Games incorporated not only athletics but also art competitions, giving equal importance to works of architecture, painting, music, sculpture and literature.
Downloadable from an online platform, the WikiHouse is a building arsenal that challenges architecture's industrial and intellectual dogmas, as demonstrated with a live assembly of the experimental mini-module during the Hacked event at Milan's La Rinascente.
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.
Remembering the influential Italian architect and designer Gae Aulenti, Domus turns to its archives and republishes two projects for Olivetti in the 1960s, chosen amongst the many occasions Aulenti’s work graced the pages of the magazine.