To celebrate the centenary of Giancarlo De Carlo’s birth, we propose a lesser-known side of the famous theorist and architect: the one of the interior designer, through Domus archive.
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.
Charles Jencks on Domus through the years, from our archives. Critical texts, reviews, books and projects from the controversial theoretician of Post-Modern.
Domus participates to Archivi Aperti 2019, the annual event promoted by Rete Fotografia. All the infos you need to visit.
Domus remembers Colani through an article, “Success by amazement”, published in 1997: the designs and the philosophy of a phenomenon.
One year after Joe Colombo’s death in 1971, Domus published this article remembering the designer and his projects. It also described one of his works, which was unpublished at the time: the Hoechst stand at the 1970 Düsseldorf Plastic Fair.
In the early 1960s, the Friulian architect designed a large tourist complex for 20,000 vacationers overlooking the "uncontaminated" coast of the Gargano promontory.
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.