On the November issue, guest editor 2020 questions how architecture today faces issues on a much larger scale, with a more complex commitment to social representation, environmental awareness and political mandate.
The discipline of architecture and the ever-changing world of technology continue to intersect in a complex way, redefining the boundaries of the profession. In October’s editorial, Domus 1050, guest editor David Chipperfield questions the role of architects and designers in engaging technologies towards broader responsibilities.
The Indonesian architect explains to Domus guest editor 2020 his distinctive form of practice, which connects diverse building traditions with the globally explored ambitions of modernism to create projects of environmental resilience, social credibility and beauty.
In the editorial of Domus 1049, guest editor David Chipperfield reflects on how our ideas about the city are substantially challenged by the way they have developed over the past 50 years.
In recent months we have had the opportunity to reflect on how we live. In the editorial of Domus 1048, guest editor David Chipperfield reflects on the new challenge we have to take up, to realign our attitude and our role within an ecological system that now depends on us.
Adapting to the conditions of lockdown, this month David Chipperfield conducts a virtual visit to the studio of Tatiana Bilbao in Mexico City to talk about her career, recent projects and the future of architecture as a profession.
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.