In his editorial Michele De Lucchi starts from way back. From Adam and Eve. The director’s first Domus issue is about rebellion. He invites us to reflect on the evolution of humankind to understand how we will evolve in the future, and to think over the unknown.
New features include twelve columns that touch transversal themes, from anthropology to economy, from archeology to travel, climate changes and cinema. The Projects section offers important contemporary-architecture study cases, and generous space to design and art. Plus, studio visits, portfolios and the “Dear Domus” column.
Among the protagonists of this issue we have Pezo Von Ellrichshausen with two iconic projects in Chile, Frank Gehry and his first house in Los Angeles, an installation by Smiljan Radic for Céline and a hidden house he designed in Perù. Moreover, Gordon Matta-Clark’s objects to cut, Jerszy Seymour and his “revolution or bust!”, and Luciano Molinari’s masterly tops. Again, the design of Peter Shire and a tribute to Elio Fiorucci. Another column not to miss is the Best of, with the month’s events. January is rebel.