Superstudio was a design collective, founded in Florence in 1966 by a group of radical young architects. It came to play a key and formative role in the Italian “Anti Design” postmodernist revolution, until its dissolution in the late 1970s. Through producing exhibitions, utopian architectural drawings, and objects made in plastics, such as the “Passiflora” table lamp, Superstudio had been occupied with criticizing the Modernist design thinking. It developed an alternative aesthetic, producing a series of furniture manufactured by the Italian company Zanotta. One of its more iconic project was the experimentation with The members of Superstudio experimented with the motif of the grid, creating geometric forms covered in the ABET plastic laminate, their commentary on political disillusionment.