These last few months, in which we have shared vulnerability and isolation, have made us reconsider the value of society at all levels. In his editorial for Domus 1047, June issue, guest editor David Chipperfield analyses the meaning of the word ‘community’ in this sensitive time.
Domus 1046. David Chipperfield: “We have normalised an emergency where the temporary is permanently”
After the isolation in their own homes that many have faced, in the editorial in Domus issue 1046, David Chipperfield focuses attention on the homeless drama, a problem pushed to the margins during the pandemic.
Speaking from his vibrant studio overlooking the Ligurian Sea, Piano provides an insight into his passion for construction and loyal collaborations, which are among the defining characteristics of his timeless practice.
Faced with the global health emergency brought about by Covid-19, in the editorial in Domus issue 1045, David Chipperfield urges the design world to regain its role and purpose through beauty.
In his editorial for the issue 1044 of Domus, David Chipperfield talks about the protection of heritage and about “the importance of continuity as a critical part of our sense of place”.
In his editorial for the issue 1043 of Domus, David Chipperfield describes housing as “fundamental to the social structure of any town or city”.
Guest Editor David Chipperfield introduces the topics of the new issue of Domus and talks about the idea of planning, that will be explored throughout 2020.