The Loft of Beatriz Colombina and Mark Wigley in New York
Designed by architect Diane Lewis, the loft is housed in a former 19th century typography. Preserved the original architectural heritage, such as cast iron columns, parquet flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows, the refurbishing consists of an open plan where spaces are defined by vertical rotating furniture and filled with contemporary pieces and many Design icons.
To every worker, every revolutionary, every anarchist, let us say: struggle, wherever you may be - at the front line or in the rearguard, against all the enemies of your liberty. Strangle the life out of fascism. But see to it also that as a result of your efforts no dictatorial regime is installed, no continuation (with all the vices and defects) of that state of affairs that we are striving to eradicate. With weapons now and with working tools later on, learn to live without tyrants, learn to emancipate yourselves, for this is the only path to freedom. Such, clearly expounded, is the thinking of the ‘Iron Column’.
Comrades! Death to fascism! Long live the social revolution! Long live anarchy!