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Deadly Serious – Interview with Adolfo Natalini (Founder of Superstudio and Natalini Architetti)

HILMER & SATTLER und ALBRECHT. 1974 wurde das Büro von den Architekten Heinz Hilmer und Christoph Sattler gegründet. 1997 wurde der Name des Büros in Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht GmbH geändert. Der Schwerpunkt der Tätigkeit liegt im Neubau und der denkmalgerechten Renovierung von Museen, Hotels, Geschäfts- und Bürobauten, aber auch im Wohnungsbau. Außerdem beteiligt sich das Büro an Wettbewerben, wie beispielsweise im Jahr 1991 für die Gesamtplanung des Potsdamer Platzes.

HILMER & SATTLER und ALBRECHT. 1974 wurde das Büro von den Architekten Heinz Hilmer und Christoph Sattler gegründet. 1997 wurde der Name des Büros in Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht GmbH geändert. Der Schwerpunkt der Tätigkeit liegt im Neubau und der denkmalgerechten Renovierung von Museen, Hotels, Geschäfts- und Bürobauten, aber auch im Wohnungsbau. Außerdem beteiligt sich das Büro an Wettbewerben, wie beispielsweise im Jahr 1991 für die Gesamtplanung des Potsdamer Platzes.

Adolfo Natalini was born in Pistoia in 1941. After his experience as a painter, (which is still reflected in his constant use of drawings in his profession as architect), he graduated in architecture at Florence University in 1966 and founded Superstudio, (with Cristiano Toraldo di Francia, Gian Piero Frassinelli, Roberto and Alessandro Magris), which gave birth to the so called “radical architecture”, one of the most important avant-garde movements of the sixties and seventies.

Adolfo Natalini was born in Pistoia in After his experience as a painter, (which is still reflected in his constant use of drawings in his profession as architect), he graduated in architecture at Florence University in 1966 and founded.

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Original Creators: "The Princess Of Polka Dots" Yayoi Kusama

Ininity Mirror Room-Phalli’s Field (Floor Show), 1965 Sewn stuffed fabric, board, mirror room/without ceiling 250 x 455 x 455 cm inside Mixedmedia Installation view: R. Castellane Gallery, New York Courtesy Yayoi Kusama

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Paolo Deganello studied architecture at Florence University from 1961 until 1966. In 1966 Paolo Deganello joined Andrea Branzi, Gilberto Corretti, and Massimo Morozzi in founding Archizoom Associati in Florence, named after Archigram, the British group of architects, and the journal "Zoom". Archizoom belonged to the radical design movement in Italy

Paolo Deganello studied architecture at Florence University from 1961 until 1966. In 1966 Paolo Deganello joined Andrea Branzi, Gilberto Corretti, and Massimo Morozzi in founding Archizoom Associati in Florence, named after Archigram, the British group of architects, and the journal "Zoom". Archizoom belonged to the radical design movement in Italy

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Cristiano Toraldo di Francia- Born   in   Florence   in   1941. Founded “Superstudio” in December of 1966 with his colleague Adolfo Natalini and participated in the first exhibition of Superarchitettura, which was published by Domus and Architectural Design and then republished in April 2007 in Milan at Galleria Carla Sozzoni.

Cristiano Toraldo di Francia- Born in Florence in 1941. Founded “Superstudio” in December of 1966 with his colleague Adolfo Natalini and participated in the first exhibition of Superarchitettura, which was published by Domus and Architectural Design and then republished in April 2007 in Milan at Galleria Carla Sozzoni.

This is kind of cheating because it's confirmed, but a drawing workshop with Andrea Ponsi!!

This is kind of cheating because it's confirmed, but a drawing workshop with Andrea Ponsi!

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