In April’s editorial, Nicola Di Battista affirm that Domus is a magazine for architectural design and not about architectural design: meaning that he is no less interested in the end-product of that design than he is in the theoretical and practical work that underpins it.
In this issue
for Pizzigoni an opportunity to make innovative
and groundbreaking proposals in the context of
spaces that were then still characterised by an
inflexible layout of rooms.
of the cinema. The objects of design have been chosen for their capacity to create and to configure exemplary domestic spaces.
The (imagined) fiction of the work imperceptibly takes the place of our direct experience of the original.