“The international point of reference for architecture, design and urbanism”
Domus Magazine was founded in 1928 by the architect Gio Ponti, who was joined in 1929 by the publisher Gianni Mazzocchi with Editoriale Domus, which was created specifically to publish the magazine. Since then Domus has been a point of reference for architects, designers, students and professionals in the sector, while also providing them with a valuable work tool for keeping up to date and gaining in-depth information.
Entirely bilingual (Italian and English), Domus is international in both its contents and circulation, with 46% of copies distributed overseas in 89 countries. In recent years several local editions have also been established: Chinese in 2006, followed by Russian in 2008, Israeli in 2009, the Indian and Central American editions in 2011, the Mexican edition in 2012 and the German edition in 2013.
Each year they publish their guide to the best Architecture and Design schools across Europe. It includes the degrees offered, the language of instruction, the number of places, the tuition fees and information about the schools, their ethos, their location and their specialisms.
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