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.
Architecture, design and projects by the British architect.
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.
For the last three decades, Domus has been covering and commenting the English architect’s career, through the words of architecture critics, historians and designers.
The geography travelled by the British architect includes the Devonshire countryside where he grew up, London, Japan, Germany and Italy, all foundamental places for his career.