A rare poster from the Viennese architecture collective, Haus-Rucker-Co, who explored radical interpretations of architectural space and meaning through pneumatic structures, prosthetics, and staged events or happenings. They were players, if lesser-known, in the utopian architecture movement of the 1960s, along with groups such as Superstudio, Archizoom and Ant Farm. This mirrored poster, with two different images, announces “a presentation of urbanlandscaping concepts” at the 4th Environmental Design Conference held in 1973 at the College of Architecture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Item #1106.
Condition: Very Good, light spotting and wrinkling to poster; folded three times for mailing.