Malevich Architecton

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Kazimir Malevich (1879–1935) founded the Suprematism art movement in 1913. It was characterized by abstract geometric forms that promoted pure feeling and a reserved color palette. This movement inspired Russian avant-garde poster designers, including Nikolai Prusakov (1900–52) who signed his posters with a tetrahedron-shaped glyph. 

From 1923–28, Malevich created sculptural and architectural expressions of Suprematism called “Architectons.” These models were made from plaster blocks arranged in visually austere yet formally complex configurations. The Barcelona-based studio BeaMalevich invites you to create your own Architecton replica with this set of 27 different sized wood blocks.

White-painted PFEC wood. Manufactured by BeaMalevich. Box measures 10.2 x 2.7 inches. Not for childen under 3.

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