Domus: 1928–1957

History through images: from materials such as Vit-Rex and Pirelli's rubber, to the architecture of Le Corbusier and Pier Luigi Nervi.

Two chimney stacks seen through the access tunnel to the terrace at l'Unité d'Habitation by Le Corbusier in Marseille, 1950

“There are adolescences that flare up at the age of ninety,” writes the poetess Alda Merini, a woman who knew many things about time and the way it seduces. Domus  is proof that Merini is right. Youth is not only biological, destined to disappear in a brief change of seasons. Youth is also spiritual, an attitude by which we persist in seeing the world with wonder, surprise and a sense of discovery.– Walter Mariotti on the special 90 anni of Domus

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