How we envisioned the office of the future in 1982
From the Domus archives, a visionary reflection by Michele De Lucchi and a journey through the idea of workspace proposed by design 40 years ago, amidst the pressures of evolving information technology, flexibility and the last expressions of space-age fantasies.
At Nicola Lagioia’s home
Initially vacant, the renowned writer’s home in Rome’s Rione Esquilino now brims with life, a departure from its initial state influenced by “a Lutheran perspective on life”. Within these walls, echoes of another residence linger – the Varani murder house – immortalized by Lagioia in his The City of the Living.