Casabella (aka Casa-Bella) is an Italian architecture and design journal. Casa-Bella was founded in 1928 as an architecture-design journal in Italy.
In the early years, it was directed by Edoardo Persico and, after World War II, by Ernesto N. Rogers. Under Rogers, it became a focal point for the new group of architect-editors, who included Vittorio Gregotti in 1952-60, Gae Aulenti (under Rogers) in 1960, and Aldo Rossi 1955-64. Between 1970 and 1976, it was directed by Alessandro Mendini, who promoted the efforts of the young avant-garde and pursued so-called radical design or anti-design. During the Mendini regime, its writers included Ettore Sottsass, Andrea Branzi, and Peter Cook. Tomás Maldonado succeeded Mendini 1976-81.