Superstudio was a major part of the Radical architecture and design movement of the late 1960s. In 1969, Superstudio presented one of their most famous conceptual architecture works – Continuous Monument: An Architectural Model for Total Urbanization. Continuous Monument represented a critique of the urban planning at that time. Superstudio aimed for social change through architecture.
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