The original work of the Tuscan architect in a monographic volume organized around a fine selection of images - photographs and drawings - with critical comment by Vittorio Savi.
[Adolfo Natalini. Natalini Architetti: new, narrated architecture] Heir to what is now commonly referred to as the “Tuscan school”, represented first of all by Giovanni Michelucci, Natalini’s career has reflected the progress of architecture in the 1970s and 1980s. After the radical experiences alongside Superstudio, the Florentine neo-avantgarde group, Natalini has developed a professional practice capable of grasping the progressive changes in the cultural setting, without ever abandoning the experimental spirit of his roots.
Reordering and fully illustrating the work of the Tuscan architect – through an original dialogue between text and images – the volume offers a rare opportunity to analyze an unusual itinerary among the many paths of Italian architectural research over the last thirty years.