In his concluding editorial in Domus 1073, guest editor 2022 discusses the issue of urban globalization and the right to live well challenged by a world that is “cloning itself”.
In the editorial of Domus 1072, the guest editor talks about the importance of past and future time and how today’s architecture can create emotions and make us reflect.
In the editorial of Domus 1071, the guest editor talks about the charm of the simplicity of Portuguese architecture by citing the work and approach of great masters such as Eduardo Souto de Moura and Álvaro Siza.
In the editorial of Domus 1070, the guest editor talks about a new trend for architecture: prolonging the life of buildings by interweaving the existing with new inventions, such as Viollet-le-Duc.
In the editorial of Domus 1069, the guest editor tells of how every human being is able to enrich the world with his own ideas and identity.
In Domus 1068, our 2022 guest editor shows how architecture, in order to leave its mark and be considered art, must analyze and question the world.
In Domus 1067, our 2022 guest editor points out the importance of the right to live, inviting architects to reconvert spaces as in the projects of Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal, or Studio Bua.