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Istogrammi III Print


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 of the 1960s.


Istogrammi di Architettura, or the Architecture Histograms is a series of thirty 3D diagrams created between 1969 and 2000 with a uniform and isotropic surface, intended for use in the design of objects, furniture, environments and architecture. The theory behind the Istogrammi was to reject classical forms of architecture and instead create a “behavioural scheme” which could be applied to varying scales and uses.

This drawing shows a 3D diagram of ‘Torre Explosa’ meaning exploded tower.

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

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Float mounted within a hand-crafted FSC black walnut frame and finished with Danish oil.


W:29cm x H:38cm

Giclée printed on Japanese Awagami Inbe Washi fine art paper with conservation grade mount board and spacers.