Current Issue: Domus 1000

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Graphic design by Italo Lupi

One thousand of these Domuses

One thousand issues: a total of over 130,000 pages, 300,000 photos, 60,000 drawings and sketches, and 11,000 authors – plus 400 shows and fairs, and 6,155 different books and publications. So many numbers, so many figures, so many years – but, as Ponti wrote in 1971 when signing off number 501, the secret is this…

Gianni and Giovanna Mazzocchi Publishers

With issue 1000, Domus has reached the respectable age of 88. Although this is not the place for a paean that might seem prompted by filial love, I believe that we can say objectively that the longevity of this magazine is explained to no small extent by the fact that one year after it was founded by Gio Ponti, the editor-in-chief and publisher of the publication, a young man named Gianni Mazzocchi who had only just arrived in Milan decided to take the reins and become the magazine’s publisher.

The editors-in-chief and the history


Gio Ponti

Lisa

Dear Domus...


Architecture


Exhibition

Domus Plus

Extra Domus

Pierre Restany


Art


Domus in numbers


1976-2016. Alchimia 40 years


What lies beneath


Five proposals for building in uncertain times


Manifesto for high-quality objects


London: the accidental city


The great return of paper


Thoughts on architecture


Domus 2000. A high-octane design adventure through space and time


Re-cognition


100 Records. Design Italy 1928-2016


70 Angels on the façade


SUPPLEMENT:<BR>TRIENNALE I > XX


Cover


Editorial


Domus in the Triennale – The Triennale in Domus


Gio Ponti


Marcello Nizzoli


III Biennale di Monza 1927


Luigi Figini, Gino Pollini


Mario Sironi


Alvar Aalto


Livio e Pier Giacomo Castiglioni


Piero Bottoni


Tapio Wirkkala


BBPR


Sori Yanagi


Franco Albini


Gae Aulenti


Giancarlo De Carlo


Alberto Burri


Alessandro Mendini


Mario Bellini


Ugo La Pietra


Juan Navarro Baldeweg


Michele De Lucchi


The Triennale Flux


Light surroundings


Step by step


Material


Superdecoration


Modern greenery


Spatial recreation


Possible future


Anthropological


Urban visions


In the landscape


Assembly


Ephemeral


Pavilion


Urban graphics