Rankings & Awards
Influential magazines and opinion leaders widely consider Domus Academy to be one of the world’s top schools in the areas of fashion, design, and architecture.
Our students have participated and won great prizes in several prestigious competitions, including the ITS Accessories contest, the Next Generation contest at Milan Fashion Week, Vogue Talents, Who Is on Next?, the Red Dot Award, the Samsung Young Design Award, and the Wallpaper* Design Awards.
2016 – The Business of Fashion ranked Domus Academy n2 for Learning Experience in the Global Fashion Schools Ranking 2016
2016 – Azure Magazine features Domus Academy among the 8 Top Interior Design Schools around the world
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 – Frame Publishers, which produces influential magazines and books about design, architecture, and fashion, spotlights Domus Academy in its Masterclass guide to the 30 best graduate schools in the world. After observing Domus Academy for years, Frame’s writers selected the school based on the quality of our student projects, the distinguished careers of our alumni, and the caliber of our faculty and visiting professors, as well as the positive media attention the school has enjoyed. Another crucial element was the recommendation of industry professionals, who named Domus Academy as among the best for preparing students for their careers.
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 – Domus magazine features Domus Academy in the guide Europe’s Top 100 Schools of Architecture and Design.
2006, 2008, 2009 – BusinessWeek ranks Domus Academy as one of the 30 best design schools in the world. A jury composed of industry experts, academics in the areas of business and design, and representatives from six innovative companies investigated and analyzed Domus Academy’s programs. The jury looked for design-based courses that provide tools for business, as well as business courses that use design principles as a way to achieve high-level results.
2005 – Domus Academy participates in the Venice Biennale by organizing the project Art Experience by artist Olafur Eliasson.
1995 – The project Agronica for Philips, created by Domus Academy and developed by faculty members Andrea Branzi, Dante Donegani, Anthony Petrillo, Claudia Raimondo, and Tselila Ben David, is shown at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. It has since become a part of the Centre’s permanent collection.
1994 – The ADI (Associazione Disegno Industriale), an industrial design association, awards Domus Academy the important industry award the Compasso d’Oro.