06.07.2020Domus N.1048

The July–August issue of Domus magazine is now available. The theme of this month’s expanded editorial agenda is Nature which is explored through essays by Bernd Scherer, Luis Fernández-Galiano and Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani.

Also in the issue David Chipperfield talks to Finn Williams, co-founder of Public Practice, about his efforts to bridge the divide between architects and the public sector. Tim Snelson helps to disentangle the often paralysing complexities of architecture’s environmental impact, as picked up by Rowan Moore in The Guardian. Jasper Morrison and Francesca Picchi select four young Milanese designers who find inspiration in the “sincerity of materials”, and theatre director Robert Wilson discusses the significance of the chair – an enduring feature in his work and personal collection.

The issue also includes contributions from Paul Robbrecht, Giorgio Goggi, Aida Edemariam, Fulvio Irace and Jonathan Griffin.