Category list : 1982
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The steel entrails of The Haçienda warehouse, tricked out in bright colours, link the old Manchester of hard graft with the new Manchester of superabundant spare time
Archigram's Cook on Superstudio's NataliniSubscription
Adolfo Natalini was a founder member of Superstudio, one of the dynamic coteries of architects formed to shake professional complacency in the heady late ’60s. Peter Cook, leading member of another such group, the London-based Archigram, described the excitement of the period and discusses Natalini’s work, past and present.
The Mothers’ House in Amsterdam can be seen as a sequel to the Modern Movement. After a career concerned with reintroducing the timeless elements too often ignored by others Aldo van Eyck now seems to be re-assessing and revealing more overtly his own roots in Modernism.