Superstudio: The Middelburg Lectures

Superstudio: The Middelburg Lectures

2005

Editor

Superstudio triggers great nostalgia among modern architecture students. One reason for this is the architecture’s group great feeling for style and aesthetics which has, forty years later, lost none of its appeal. Another reason for Superstudio’s succes, is its perceived radical purity in comparison with the many politically neutral historicist trends of today. In this perception, the career of Adolfo Natalini uncomfortably bridges the gap between the two extremes. He is both a founding member of Superstudio and one of the most succesful historicist architects building in the Netherlands today. This publication was launched at the occasion of the Superstudio show at the Contemporary art centre De Vleeshal in Middelburg. With essays by Adolfo Natalini, Peter Lang, Hans Ibelings, and Hilde Heynen, it situates Superstudio in the history of radical architecture.
Yet what is radical architecture

 

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