November 2016

November 2016

Department of Architecture - AAP Cornell University Preston
Thomas Memorial Symposium 2016.
Vitra, Bouroullee, Jongerius Flowers, clouds and blankets
Palladio Museum In the mind of an architect.

October 2016

October 2016

BDL Museum, Mumbai - Speculations from the Field. Kurt Schwitters,
Zaha Hadid - Intricate order. Piscine Laghetto - Wellness as a philosophy.
Ai Weiwei, 21er Haus - Translocation and Transformation. Le Stanze del
Vetro - Paolo Venini and his glassworks and more.

September 2016

September 2016

International Design Competition announced by Aditya College of
Architecture BDL
Museum wins International BID quality Convention
award. Reach Festival 2016. The Eameses and Hollywood. Design
Parade 11. Minimal kitchens for versatile spaces. Fantoni, Matteo
Ragni
: Working around a tree.

August 2016

August 2016

LA CITTA DELL'UOMO, Sub-Zero / Wolf Kitchen Design Contest,
Fondazione Maramotti Narrating places, Nine Fish Art Gallery,
Mumbai Mapping Stillness, International Creative Centre
‘The Art Hub’ inaugurated in Mumbai

June-July 2016

June-July 2016

The June-July issue of Domus India – a combined issue as
Domus has a 11-issues-a-year format – once again explores
the relationship between the physical armature of a place and
the larger sphere of political and cultural action and production
is something that this theme proposes to engage with.
In this exploration, we propose to engage with biographies -
the vectored lives of people and things; biographies are complex
journeys of individuals within multiple lives and spaces.

May 2016

May 2016

In This Issue:
Domus, Milan Design Week 2016
A Tribute to Domus
IIA Jaipur Chapter
The jaipur Design Shoew 2016
The Piramal Foundation
The Open Studio Day of Art
Residency Programme at
Piramal Vaikunth 

April 2016

April 2016

The Curry Stone Design Prize 2016: The Curry Stone Design Prize
for social change through design
The State of Architecture: Windows + Mirrors: Looking at Contemporary Architecture in
South Asia
CEPT: Archiving Recent Modern History
Tasveer Foundation: Plans for a new museum in Bangalore.
LokusDesign/Behance: Lokusdesign’s Behance Portfolio Review.

March 2016

March 2016

The March issue of Domus India covers three architects– Charles Correa,
I M Kadri, and Hafeez Contractor, all three who have been prolific
designers, have a large number of public projects to their credit, and
have often occupied the centre-stage of debates and discussions for their
strong approaches to design as well as the role of the architect.
These three names also hold the credit for being popularly present in the
larger public imagination for their works and thoughts as architects.

February 2016

February 2016

The February 2016 issue of Domus India, in many ways,
is dedicated to the charged environment that The State
of Architecture: Practices and Processes in India exhibition
currently at show at the National Gallery of Modern Art,
Mumbai organised by the Urban Design Research Institute
and largely supported by the Tata Trusts, as well as
foundations such as the Kala Ghoda Association, has
instantly generated since it opened in the first week of January.

January 2016

January 2016

In this issue of Domus India, The State of the Profession Inaugural
Conference, Architects who draw cartoons, Daylight of the future,
Precious fabrics and more

December 2015

December 2015

In this issue of Domus India, we look at a set of aerial images of Chennai’s
public transport networks that documents the manifestation of the city’s tryst
with its geographical sprawl, and its gradual transformation through history.

November 2015

November 2015

The November issue of Domus India marks the beginning of the 5th
cycle of Domus in India, focusing on the 'return to architecture' – to the
architectural-object, as much as expanding the object to a terrain of
narratives, actions, reflections, and dialectics. Hena Kapadia's feature
focuses on artworks that incorporated map-making at the Kochi Biennale 2015.

October 2015

October 2015

With this issue Domus in India completes four years – 44 issues.
Here we feature the Art Deco style, which gained popularity
during the 1930s, with its visually stimulating rich colours,
geometric shapes and lavish external ornamentation – a
recent exhibition ‘Deco on the Oval’ held at the Sir J J
School of Architecture, Mumbai traces the unique urban
fabric on the western edge of the Oval Maidan, quite distinctly
built in the Art Deco style.

September 2015

September 2015

Two features in the September 2015 issue of Domus India
expose the larger, unsettled, and complex imagination and
world of architecture – the discussions on the making and
unpacking of the Kumbh Mela and the collection of paintings
and drawings by Sir Peter Cook.

August-2015

August-2015

This issue of Domus India brings the first-episode of the
two-part memorial feature on Charles Correa, looking
at a set of possible vantage positions to view his work,
and only beginning to reflect on what that body of work
could mean to generations of architects and our sense
of contemporary culture as far as architecture is concerned.
and more

June-July-2015

June-July-2015

The June-July issue of Domus India (41) keenly
talks about our relationship as a civilisation
with nature.
and more

May-2015

May-2015

The May issue of Domus India documents an encounter
with the shape and functioning of visual culture in human
history and society. The photographs by Karl Blossfeldt
featured here were imagined to be specimens for an
educational purpose. On another note, the photographs
by Jyoti Bhatt reimagine the human world.
and more

April-2015

April-2015

The April issue of Domus India features Ranjit Hoskote's essay
detailing the many chains of thoughts, that strike conversations as one
witnesses the iconic Barcelona pavilion in a set of images different than the
ones they are habituated to seeing in books on history and theory of
architecture.
and more

March-2015

March-2015

Editorial: The intellectual life of architecture
A new alliance between art & technology
Talking Design: jugling between spaces
Contemporary measures for architecture in India
Work , Content, History
and more

February-2015

February-2015

Issue Highlights
Architecture travels with its baggage of elements and
ornaments, often, sadly, fixed to those... architecture is the base for
ideas and materials to play over; it should not get lost within
its elements - characters that play their part here and there, but
are not defining architecture.
and more

December-2014

December-2014

In The December Issue Of Domus India We Continue To Mark
Our Interactions With History - Not To Celebrate Or Romanticise It,
But Indeed To Collect Our Contemporary, Fully Aware That The
Moment 'Now' In Many Ways Is A Persistence Of Ideas That Change
And Grow, Metamorphose And Become Completely New, And The
Trajectories Of These Ideas Is Important For Any Discursive
And Intellectual Endeavour. In This Issue, We Complete Second Part
Of The Provisional Lexicon Compiled From The 33 Issues Of
Domus India Until October 2014.
And More

November-2014

November-2014

The November 2014 Issue Begins The Fourth Annual Cycle
For Domus India, And In This Issue We Review The Nature And Role
Of A Magazine Within Its Field Of Operation; In Our Case,
That Being Architecture And Design, Which Draws From,
As Well As Extends Into Art, Visual Culture And City Studies.
And More

October-2014

October-2014

Domus India Focuses On Teaching And Designing
In Its October Issue, And The Idea Of Forming A
Consciousness Via The Journey Of Engagement With
Architecture And The Context Of Visuality.
The 'Container' We Refer To In This Issue Is The Sir J J College
Of Architecture In Mumbai; An Exquisite Building That
Holds Ideological References In Its Styling And
Ornamental Motifs.
And More

September-2014

September-2014

Issue Highlights
The City And Housing Remain Important
For Domus India, As We Look At Filipe Balestra's
Journey To The Indian Metropolis Where Crowd And
Clutter Turn From Exotica To Resource And Methodology.
Christopher Taylor's Images Grasp Interiors And Their
Capacity To Hold Memories. Also, In The Works Of Clare
Arni, One Encounters Urban Interiors As The Omnipresent
Testimony To Their Unnoticed Existence.
And More

August-2014

August-2014

Issue Highlights:
Domus India 31 Features An Essay
On The Primacy Of 'Drawing', Through
Aspects Such As Line And Tone. It Looks At
A Photo-Essay From Sidhpur; A Town Eroded
In History, Yet Not Robbed Of Its Archaic And
Grandiose Architecture.
And More

June-July-2014

June-July-2014

Issue Highlights:
"Possessed By The Aesthetic
(Embodied In Experience, Object, Image,
But Inclined Always To Exalt Lightness Of Spirit.
Spa Design: Tower As Spatial Landscape.
And More

May-2014

May-2014

Issue Highlights:
La Citt' Dell' Uomo-
Lubeck-Student Jennifer Kaleske
Gropiusstadt, Berlin - Student Ermina Mesanovic.
Dresden-Student Stefan Setzer.
And More

April-2014

April-2014

Issue Highlights:
La Citt' Dell' Uomo - Indian Institute Of Architects -
Iia's Young Architects Festival 2013-14 , Maars Living Walls -
The New Frontier Of Transparency And New Museum,
Pawel Althamer - Collaborative Sculpture.
And More

March-2014

March-2014

Issue Highlights:
Movie-House Territory: Movie Theatres,
Social Meeting Places Per Excellence, Are
Now At Risk Of Becoming Defunct.
With An Apparent Simplicity In Design That
Belies A Complex Fabric, Building Upon Local
And More

February-2014

February-2014

Issue Highlights:
What Counts In The Reality Of Architecture?
Collaborative Innovations: While Crats And
Architecture Have Traditionally Coexisted
Symbiotically In India
And More

January-2014

January-2014

Issue Highlights:
Interventions In A Galley Space,
Memories And Spaces, List Of Work
And Objects, An Art Of Living.
And More

December-2013

December-2013

Issue Highlights:
With Love From Germany:
Schuco Brings The Best Of German Engineering To India.
Schuco: Aluminium Systems For Windows, Doors & Facades.
Rain Or Shine: Schuco Troptec Fenestration Solution For
All Indian Climates.
"Installation Has Never Been This Easy." - A Contractor Tells Us
His Side Of The Schuco Experience.
Breathtaking Views, Redefined. - Narrow Aluminium Sections That
Bring Any Design To Life.
And More

November-2013

November-2013

Issue Highlights:
Many Hands, Many Forms - Kumartuli. By Kalyani Majumdar
An Idea In The Palm Of A Hand
By Alberto Campo Baeza.
Opposite Page And Above: Their Common
Passion For The Work Of.
And More

October-2013

October-2013

Issue Highlights:
M/S. Prabhakar B Bhagwat Building A Language
Nu.De Defining Acts Of Correspondence
Rural Urban Framework The Paradox Of Architecture
Charles Correa Bold Contributions
Codesign, Neelakash Kshetrimayum Letters From The East
Anando Dutta A Conference Of Lines
The Salone 2013
And More

September-2013

September-2013

Issue Highlights:
Bdp.Khandekar Sense Of A Place
Mancini Studio The Space Of The 'In-Between'
Flying Elephant Studio Cerebral Analytical
Architects' Combine Architecture Is An Emergence
Kazys Varnelis Technology Is Our Modernity
Gregory Google Glass / Tan Collective Power
Hoskote Insurgent Cosmopolitanism
Vivan Sundaram Piecing A Landscape
Gobhai, Hoskote, Chatterjee Nothing Is Absolute
And More

August-2013

August-2013

Issue Highlights:
2013 Rkds Structure As Iconography,
Kochi-Muziris Biennale Bits Of Beauty Everywhere,
Joseph Grima Engineering And Tradition,
Julian Worrall Rebuilding Communities,
Khushboo Bharti A Quest For Cultural Nostalgia
Heidi Specker M G Road
And More

June-2013

June-2013

Issue Highlights:
Collaborative Architecture, Latheef The Role Architecture Plays
Opolis, Idnany A Return To The Ground
Skin As Form Rma, Ccba, Skc, Hcp, Kds, Cadence
2A+P/A Pays Homage To Ettore Sottsass
Raghu Rai Depth And Darshan
And More

May-2013

May-2013

Issue Highlights:
Malik Architecture, Suprio Bhattacharjee Tensions And Complexity
Rma Architects, Ekta Idnany, Jasem Pirani Moments Of Experience
Boeri Studio, Andrea Zanderigo An Abode For Mediterranean Culture
And More

April-2013

April-2013

Issue Highlights:
Kds, Bhattacharjee So The Object Building Will Transform Society?
Cybermohalla Ensemble, Hirsch, Muller Like A Piece Of Architecture
Idnany Deep Skins / Herzog & De Meuron, Allen Parrish Art Museum
Bellini, Ricciotti, Jacob The Golden Cloud
F W Stevens, Dalvi Monumental Enterprise
Kallat, Dalvi Bringing It All Back Home
The Rendering In Architecture: An Analysis By James Bridle
And More

March-2013

March-2013

Issue Highlights:
Rkds, Idnany, Pirani Envelope As A Mediator
Kamath Design Studio, Bhattacharjee Debating Tactile Engagements
Nemish Shah Language Conversations
A City Within The City: Sliced Porosity Block By Steven Holl Architects
A Tribute To The Fearless Mind Of Lebbeus Woods
And More

February-2013

February-2013

Issue Highlights:
Ournal - Designing For Social Change,
Nature In The City, Architecture Without Content,
Knowing And Building Openness,
Two Exhibitions On Contemporary Indian Architecture
And More

January-2013

January-2013

Issue Highlights:
Ccba, Christopher Benninger: When I Awake In The Still Of The Night.
Opolis Deriving Value In Places
Mad, Mathew Allen An Empathetic Twist
K T Ravindran On Oscar Niemeyer
And More

June-July-2012

June-July-2012

Issue Highlights:
Cityscope: Research,Art And Nostalgia,
States Of Being:Homes For The Urban Dweller,
Conditioning Realities And Ideas
And More

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