Einar thorsteinn

Einar Thorsteinn


Einar Thorsteinn (1942–April 28, 2015) was an Icelandic architect with an interest in geometrical structures.[1] Thorsteinn was a follower of Buckminster Fuller and he worked with polyhedral and spherical shapes. He graduated from Technical University of Hannover. He worked with Frei Otto from 1969-1972 helping to design the Munich Olympiapark for the 1972 Summer Olympics. He then started the Constructions Lab in Iceland and experimented with tensile structures.[2] He started a long collaboration with artist Olafur Eliasson. Early results from the collaboration included geodesic dome structures, he also worked with cells with fivefold symmetry used in the Harpa Reykjavik Concert Hall.[3] He also worked with Guillermo Trotti to design mobile lunar research laboratories for NASA.

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Model Room. Moderna Museet Stockholm


SIZE 53x35 MM (10 PRINT SHEETS+12 no Perforation)

G93A                                   ED 250

G93AB                                 ED 300

FIRST DAY COVER                ED 10.