Domus 949 - July/August 2011

A newbe at Fat Buddha - Domus! This magazine was originally created by Gio Poni the renowned Italian Designer and Architect, and has been around for almost 90 years with the first publication being in 1928. Domus, focused on Architecture and Design is large-format, heavy and produced on high quality paper with striking photography and a healthy amount of written word on Architecture, design, interiors and arts. Published in Italy, the magazine is bilingual, containing articles printed in both English and Italian.

This issue takes a look at the proposal by Andrea Costa and Deborah Sanguineti
 for 'Project Hercules' (cover image) as well as an in-depth look at several buildings including Fuji Kindergarten, Butaro Hospital by MASS Design Group, and Glasgows local 'Riverside Museum' - designed by renowned Iraqi Architect Zaha Hadid. As well as this Domus takes a look at Subsidised housing in Soweto, an emergency NGO clinic by Tamassociati
 not to mention several articles, including on the subjects of the animism of objects, Furniture and 'Critical Design'.

Pick up your copy both in-store and online here at Fat Buddha! 




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