- Mount Collective
Superstudio was an architectural practice founded by Adolfo Natalini, Cristiano Toraldo di Francia, Gian Piero Frassinelli, Alessandro Poli and Alessandro and Roberto Magris, in Florence in 1966, and formed part of the radical architecture and design movement in the 1960s.
The collective rejected consumerist-focused modernist architecture, and instead made drawings of an anti-architecture that they believed served people's needs rather than capitalist gain.
'If design is merely an inducement to consume, then we must reject design; if architecture is merely the codifying of bourgeois model of ownership and society, then we must reject architecture; if architecture and town planning is merely the formalisation of present unjust social divisions, then we must reject town planning and its cities,”
The original was made with pencil, pen and ink on vellum.
Limited edition of 500
Finished to order and non-returnable. Ships in 10-15 working days.
Finished to order and non-returnable. Ships in 10-15 working days
Float mounted within a hand-crafted FSC black walnut frame and finished with Danish oil.
W:29cm x H:38cm