Domus 1000 on newsstands

Guest-edited by Fulvio Irace, with a graphic design by Italo Lupi, Domus Mille is a team effort by its nine editors since 1979 and features Beppe Finessi’s100 iconic designs. The free supplement on the history of the Triennale exhibitions since 1923 was edited by Marco Romanelli and Manolo De Giorgi.

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From 1928 to 2016: Domus magazine is celebrating its 1000th issue on newsstands, an achievement reached with over 88 years of research, in-depth reports, critiques and popularisation focused on every theme of living and habitation.
Edited by Fulvio Irace and with the graphic design of Italo Lupi, Domus 1000 is an unprecedented editorial project, created by an ensemble of voices and an all-star team. In fact, for the occasion, the nine editors who have directed Domus since Gio Ponti, from 1979 to today, have all been invited to offer their contribution: Alessandro Mendini, Mario Bellini, Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani, François Burkhardt, Deyan Sudjic, Stefano Boeri, Flavio Albanese, Joseph Grima and the current editor Nicola Di Battista. The result is a kaleidoscope of visions, creative languages and contemporary suggestions focused on the future development of themes concerning architecture and design. These editors are joined by Beppe Finessi and his selection of 100 Italian design icons, whose worldwide fame has also been established thanks to Domus.

Furthermore, Domus 1000 retraces a story that has made history, bringing together a total of 11 authors and 9 art directors in 260 pages, once again demonstrating the magazine’s distinctive aptitude for comprehensive reporting, criticism and the anticipation of ideas.

The uniqueness of Domus 1000 is also revealed by another publishing initiative. Drawing on two outstanding archives – those of the Milan Triennale and Domus – the two experts Marco Romanelli and Manolo De Giorgi have compiled a volume of 90 pages exploring the 20 International Exhibitions hosted by the Milan Triennale since 1923. Included as a free supplement with issue 1000, this selection of the most significant projects and protagonists from these historic editions retraces a story that, above all, can be passed onto the younger generations, who from 2 April will be able to visit the eagerly awaited 21st Triennale.

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