Founded in 1928 by architect, Gio Ponti, and priest, Giovanni Semeria, Domus is the grandaddy of cult architecture and design magazines, covering the nuts and bolts, as well as the swinging trends of all things design. The first issue of Domus, subtitled "Architecture and decor of the modern home in the city and in the country," was published to renew architecture, interiors, and Italian decorative arts, as well as the art of homemaking, gardening, and cooking. It emphasized the importance of aesthetics and style in the field of industrial production. The magazine is issued 11 times a year on a monthly basis and is based in Milan.
• Softcover • Italian Text • 9.5 x 12.75 Inches • Published out of Milan, Italy