In the Domus 1088 editorial, the guest editor talks about his vision on cities and sustainability by introducing the program of the first master's degree promoted by the Norman Foster Institute in Madrid.
The British architect, the next guest editor of our magazine in 2024, talks about himself and anticipates his format for this year’s Domus.
The design of the new Domus guest editor in a selection of projects between culture, work and health, from 2015 to the present.
In the Domus 1087 editorial, the guest editor explains how the “compact city” is a convincing strategy for the urban planning of the future.
We explore the thinking of the architect guest editor 2024 of Domus, through 60 years of works that have responded to the challenges of their time often anticipating those of the future.
The British architect outlines his plans for Domus in the introductory article to the January issue, which opens his exploration of the “Futures”.
Norman Foster has bridged the gap between architecture and design by working as an architect with the sensibility of a designer. Since the start of his career, he has practiced his profession with an uncommon spirit of collaboration, involving specialists from different disciplines. This is still seen in his office today.