Casabella is an Italian architectural and product-design magazine with a focus on modern, radical, design. It includes interviews with the world's most prominent architects.
In 1933 the architect Giuseppe Pagano became its director, changing its name in Casa Bella.
During its history Casabella featured many important architects and designers, including them Franco Albini, Gae Aulenti and Marco Zanuso, contribute as creative editors. More recently it has published some articles written by Barry Bergdoll, curator at the Department of Architecture and Design of the The Museum of Modern Art (Moma) of New York City.