Current Issue: Domus 884


Ed Ruscha. Then and Now, 2004


Edited by Elena Sommariva, Luigi Spinelli

Leigh Bowery

Ettore Sottsass. Pictures from a window

Jan Kaplicky - Stefano Boeri

The Pyongyang issue

Elevated NY Landscapes

In a city where all the green space is concentrated in a single park, landscape design is making space for itself on rooftops and in interstitial spaces. Text by Tim Richardson. Photography by Peter Mauss and Joel Sternfeld. Edited by Joseph Grima and Karen Marta

Cartoon Modernism

Not far from Seoul, architecture meets the colourful world of cartoons in a valley devoted to art and creativity. Photography by Yong Kwan Kim. Edited by Kayoko Ota and Joseph Grima

Didier Fiuza Faustino. Existenz minimissimum

On the border between architecture and conceptual art, Didier Fiuza Faustino creates spatial visions that take the human body as their unit of measure. Text by Alexandra Midal. Edited by Francesca Cogni

Lea Vergine. An exhibition project

Fin de race. Between avant-garde and decadence. Text by Lea Vergine. Edited by Francesca Giacomelli, Mario Piazza, Cristina Romano

Bruno Latour. Are you a liberal or a libéral?

A conversation between philosophers

Steven Holl. The Turbulence House

A small house permeated by the winds of New Mexico. Text by Yehuda Safran. Edited by Rita Capezzuto. Photography by Paul Warchol

Gabriele Basilico. Istanbul Set

The Turkish city in the Milanese photographer’s lens

Marco Belpoliti. Sarcophagus

Exploring the post-Chernobyl ruins

Domus Academy. Domestic Transplants and Urban Liftings

Dante Donegani and Giovanni Lauda talk about their research with students over the last decade at Domus Academy. Photography by Laura Fantacuzzi. Edited by Francesca Picchi

Olafuriade. Eliasson, from Pasadena to Venice

Eliasson talks to curators and designers in occasion of his exhibition in Venice. Text by John Welchman. Edited by Loredana Mascheroni

Manuel DeLanda. Building with bone and muscle

Matter matters

Interview: Álvaro Siza

Hans Ulrich Obrist interviews Álvaro Siza, whose most recent work is the Pavilion for the Serpentine Gallery in London. Edited by Loredana Mascheroni

Back to Olivetti

IDEO, James Irvine and Alberto Meda have designed the new products for Olivetti’s industry comeback. Text by Aldo Bonomi. Photography by Ramak Fazel. Edited by Francesca Picchi

Medellín and the ruins of the kingdom of coca. The urban developments of cocain: bizarre architecture and distructions extended across an entire country

Texts by Fabrizio Gallanti, Juan Camilo Medina Ramirez. Photography by Tatiana Durán. Edited by Fabrizio Gallanti, Francisca Insulza


Edited by Gianmario Andreani

Recipe for a Myth

Rassegna: The new furniture

Edited by Maria Cristina Tommasini. With a text by Joseph Grigely


El Topo: Aïda Ruilova

Edited by Maurizio Cattelan, Massimiliano Gioni and Ali Subotnick (Wrong Gallery)