M.M. II - Milano Marittima II - J. Herzog & P. De Meuron, Fondazione Feltrinelli
Le Corbusier, in the 1920s, set out the concept of "inhabited machine", linked to the world of industry and mass production.
The house is intended as a mechanism, made of gears used to create quality spaces for human life. We can think of the buildings surrounding us not just for the static dimension, but as organisms that are activated to ensure the essential functions of living.
The ocean liners, true floating palaces, represent an example of this concept.
In Milan you can find several transatlantic liners.
- Limited Edition of 100 (50x50cm version).
- Print sizes 30x30 - 50x50 cm
- Giclée print.
- Certificate of authenticity.
- Ready to frame.
- Delivery within 7 days.
Giclée art printing papers
Hahnemühle German Etching - This heavyweight paper has a slightly warm base tone and a strong mottled texture. It creates a print with strong colours and deep blacks that feel rich and high in contrast. This is due to the texture of the paper enabling it to hold more ink and capture the light. The German Etching is one of the heavier weight Giclée art printing papers. With its weight and strong texture this paper gives an artwork a handmade crafted feel. Hahnemüle German Etching is a robust Giclée paper, meaning it doesn’t tend to fray as much at the edges.
-Print is shipped within 2 working days, after that it takes approximately 5 working days to get to you