Off the back of posting Glass Hill last week I rediscovered the work of Europa, the London based studio formed in 2007 by Royal College of Art graduates Mia Frostner, Robert Sollis, Paul Tisdell and Rasmus Troelsen (Rasmus has since left to move to Copenhagen).
Consistently great work the piece pictured Material Presence for the 176 Gallery consists of the book and exhibition graphics, using their digitised version of Johann Steingruber’s Architectural Alphabet to spell out the show’s title.
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