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Domus is an Italian magazine, first published in 1928, which focuses on design and architecture. It is bilingual, with articles printed in both Italian and English.

It was created by Gio Ponti, a famous Italian designer and architect. The magazine changed its editorial line after 1940, when Ponti left it to create the architecture and interior design magazine Lo Stile.

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