In the November editorial, Domus’ Guest Editor 2021 reflects on the visionary power of the past and present “unbuilt” projects.
In the September editorial, guest editor Tadao Ando discusses time in relation to architecture, the disappearance of eternity and architectural legacy.
In the July and August editorial, guest editor Tadao Ando addresses the topic of restoration and preservation of architectural works, from the creative process to the environmental benefits.
Guest editor Tadao Ando opens the June issue with geometry, the principle of architecture and the foundation of all human creation. Will the architects of the future be able to challenge its homogeneity?
In May’s editorial, guest editor Tadao Ando retraces how the past generations shaped landscapes. And how the landscapes will shape the future of the planet.
In the April editorial, guest editor Tadao Ando looks at the history of the built environment and its interaction with the natural environment.
In the March editorial, guest editor 2021 addresses the single-family dwelling unit as “an expression of human imagination that oscillates between the abstract and the concrete.”