Caught in between the fireworks of the Montreal Expo and the ice of Canadian winters, the history of the housing complex through the pages of Domus archive, and the photography by Roberto Conte.
Next to the design icons, the Memphis catalogue also featured ties, which in the Eighties Domus recommended to its readers. Among others, they struck Righeira, the Italo pop duo famous for its avant-garde aesthetic and conceptual choices.
The French Nouvelle Vague Maestro had chosen Villa Malaparte in Capri to shoot his 1963 masterpiece Le mépris. Years later, Domus dived into the relationship between the director and the space of his stories.
An artist’s house on the Dolomites: Walter Pichler in Eggental on Domus, at the turn of the millennium
In the early 2000s, the Austrian artist and architect realized a stone house close to his grandfather’s workshop, surrounded by the South Tyrolean mountain, and Domus dedicated to such a quest for personal and artistic roots both a printed portrait and a digital one, published on its own newborn website.
Ceramic or plexiglas, red, green, soft or compact bathrooms. The bathroom tells us more about the people who live in the house than we think. A journey through the archives to discover the evolution of the most private room in the domestic space.
The house built in the late 1930s by the Genoese master, and now back on the market, is a combination of rationalist suggestions, local sensibility and stunning landscape, which Domus had published in 1941.
From the pages of 1960s Domus, a wooden architecture with organic features conceived by the modernist architect and design director at IBM, for the island of Martha’s Vineyard, off the coast of Massachusetts.
From the Domus Archive, a summer house designed by the father of California Modern, on Santa Catalina Island, facing Los Angeles, in the late 20s.
From the Domus archive, the refflections that the great Japanese designer shared with us in the years of the explosion of his ‘Pleats Please’ collections.
Between 1958 and 1962, Domus presented 6 fine architectures built in the pine forest of Arenzano, an exclusive holiday destination in western Liguria.