Archiposters by Francesco Ravasio

Francesco Ravasio is a young Italian architect who lives and works in Bergamo. Besides his architectural activities, he has launched this collection of minimalist posters named simply “Archiposters”. Archiposters is the first collection of 12 iconic monuments of the twentieth and twenty-first century:

  • 1931 Ville Savoye, Le Corbusier
  • 1968 Neue Nationalgalerie, Ludwig Mies van Rohe Dei
  • 1972 Nakagin Capsule Tower Kisho Kurokawa
  • 1989 Pyramid of Lowre, IM Pei
  • 2001 Eden Project, Nicholas Grimshaw
  • 2004, Seattle Central Library, Rem Koolhaas
  • 2006 Zollverein School of Management and Design, SANAA
  • 2006, Hearst Tower, Foster & Partners
  • 2009, O-14, Reiser + Umemoto
  • 2010, VitraHaus, Herzog & De Meuron
  • 2011 Riverside Museum, Zaha Hadid
  • 2013, Library of Birmingham, Mecanooarchiposters-01-tt-width-620-height-465-crop-1-bgcolor-000000-except_gif-1 archiposters-02-tt-width-620-height-723-crop-1-bgcolor-000000-except_gif-1 archiposters-03-tt-width-620-height-465-crop-1-bgcolor-000000-except_gif-1 archiposters-04-tt-width-620-height-465-crop-1-bgcolor-000000-except_gif-1 archiposters-05-tt-width-620-height-826-crop-1-bgcolor-000000-except_gif-1 archiposters-06-tt-width-620-height-465-crop-1-bgcolor-000000-except_gif-1 archiposters-07-tt-width-620-height-465-crop-1-bgcolor-000000-except_gif-1 archiposters-08-tt-width-620-height-465-crop-1-bgcolor-000000-except_gif-1 archiposters-09-tt-width-620-height-826-crop-1-bgcolor-000000-except_gif-1 archiposters-10-tt-width-620-height-826-crop-1-bgcolor-000000-except_gif-1 archiposters-11-tt-width-620-height-826-crop-1-bgcolor-000000-except_gif-1 archiposters-12-tt-width-620-height-465-crop-1-bgcolor-000000-except_gif-1 archiposters-13-tt-width-620-height-465-crop-1-bgcolor-000000-except_gif-1 archiposters-14-tt-width-620-height-465-crop-1-bgcolor-000000-except_gif-1

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