In 1950 Le Corbusier's incredibly influential Unité d'habitation was well underway. Gio Ponti's record of his encounter with it marks a key event in modern architecture.
In December 1996, Domus published the conversation that took place between Dietmar Steiner and the director of the VI Venice Architecture Biennale Hans Hollein: a general reflection on the role of exhibitions.
In 1969 Domus devoted the cover of the July issue to emerging visions of mobile-housing, an ideal with elements both utopian and pragmatic.
Symbolic building of the Metabolism Movement, with the Nakagin Capsule Tower Kurokawa imagined a new urban organization.
In anticipation of the 16th International Architecture Exhibition Freespace, we revisit a text by Charles Jencks on The Presence of the Past, the first Venice Architecture Biennale, directed by Paolo Portoghesi.
A retrospective appreciation of the structural ingenuity produced by this lost Italian master.
In 1978, Ugo La Pietra reviews an ambitious exhibition which demonstrated — through a complex sum of objects — Italian design's ties to architecture, and the creative vitality that preceded the economic boom of the sixties.
- Editorial: Our desire to inhabit objects
- Archeology: Stendhal syndrome before a copy
- Projects: SANAA, Tsuruoka Cultural Hall; Focus Uffici: Foster + Partners; SelgasCano, Home Holland Park and Spitalfields
- Art: Adrián Villar Rojas, Housekeeping at the museum.
- Rassegna: Comfort and Wellness