From Mexico City to Park Avenue, without forgetting the Old Continent and the Far East, the issue C33 of Compasses changes its point of view and looks at the Architecture from the inside: Amezcua, Herzog&de Meuron, Lissoni Associati and many others investigate the private space of men and the one shared by the collectivity, leaving back the large scale of the city in favor of the intimate scale of living.
Retracing the history of interiors from the Masters of the Modern Movement to contemporary designers, Compasses offers a perspective on the evolution of the home and, therefore, on the living ways of each of us.



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