"Our ambitions must be greater than to become the voluntary prisoners of the architecture reserves. We must reclaim the city as an unfinished project, a realm of unending possibility: at the risk of soiling it, the Absolute of architecture must be brought back into the kitchen."
-Joseph Grima, Domus 946

Domus is an Italian magazine, created by Gio Ponti in 1928, which focuses on design and architecture. It is bilingual, with articles printed in both Italian and English. The new Domus, under the direction of Joseph Grima [editor in chief] has changed since the April issue in 2011, becoming more open, reinforcing it's digital presence and creating a worldwide network of contributors.

We are part of this network, writing articles both for the Domus Web and for the printed edition since Domus 946.

- You can read our on-line articles in English, here.

- Potete leggere i nostri articoli on-line in italiano, qui.

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Interview with Lydia Kallipoliti  on the exhibition EcoRedux 02

Contributors on the Journal  

Waffle Urbanism Article on Domus 947

Waffle Urbanism Published on DomusWeb

Contributors on the Journal  

Review The Trieste of Magris Exhibition at CCCB Barcelona