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Deconstructivism

Deconstructivism

£25.00Price

The whimsical nature of any piece from the A.D Collection adds endless charm to any space. These bite size definitions make for perfect hallway reading and add understated character to wherever you choose to display them. Printed onto 300gsm, Italian Fine Art paper (Tinteretto Guesso). Tinteretto Guesso is a highly textured, durable matte paper, produced in Italy from woodland with the Well Managed Forest certificate. Large margins allow for versatile framing options, and the quality of the paper makes for a durable product..

 

“Deconstuctivism emerged in the last two decades of the 20th century. It channelled the ideas of Fragmentation and distortion, and broke down the distinctions of conventional forms. It acted as a project to refresh stagnated ideas around building and as a criticism of complacent architectural design. Its most notable advocates include Frank Gehry and Danial Libskind, however its approach went on to inspire architects such as Rem Koolhas and Zaha Hadid”

  • PRODUCT INFO

    This product currently comes in the sizes 8x8in (20.3x20.3cm), 10x10in (25.5x25.5cm) and 12x12in (30.5x30.5cm). The image area measures 5x5in (12.7x12.7cm) and does not change depending on product size. Printed on uncoated Tinteretto Guesso, a highly textured paper produced in Italy.

    Frame not included. 

  • SHIPPING INFO

    Shipping takes 3-5 working days and is tracked delivery. Shipping  to UK, Europe and USA. 

  • RETURNS & REFUNDS POLICY

    We accept returns within 30 days of you purchasing your order and on condition its not damaged, will provide a full refund or replacement. To request a return please fill out our returns form. For details, please visit our Returns and Refunds.

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