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This category features items inspired in architecture. Artists and creative people have guided us to create this selection, a mix of fine pieces.
  • Suetin wood coffin Suetin wood coffin
    Although Malevich had wished to have one of his architectons installed on top of his coffin before procession and burial in his selected spot in the outskirts of Nemchinovka – just outside Moscow -, it was his fellow Suprematist artist and friend Nikolai Suetin who designed what would indeed become the last mortuary carriage and Kazimir's final deathbed before incineration and further rituals. The “Suetin Coffin”, as the box would be called for the rest of history, accompanied the last memories of those who witnessed the acts of that May 15th of 1935, which finished by an oak tree, underground, by the little town of his choice. This rendition to the Suetin’s ouvre – also referred to as the Malevich coffin -, adapted though to domestic dimensions, is entirely made of wood loyally stacked in layers to resemble the original creation. A coat of white paint imitates the original design, with black stripes on the sides, and a painted black square and a black circle on the top part of the piece end the characterization (see in pictures). The coffin structure has two wood notches on its inside that function as a buffer stop. Design thought by Beamalevich and handmade by Barcelona cabinetmakers in single units, all different from each other. Layered wood parts. The coffin comes mounted as seen on the picture. It resembles a case. Due to the nature of the product, we were not sure initially whether it would be worth replicating. But following both our passion and the current lack of a rendition to this particular item, we let ourselves be pulled by the force of art into its tailor making.   SPECIFICATIONS Materials: precise cut wood, black paint, white paint Characteristics: Hollow inside allows to storage of items of small size such as short stationery objects, a fountain pen, jewellery or anything fitting in a hand case. Buffer stops make the product maintain its original display and precise closing edges. Painted like the original Malevich coffin.
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  • MEDIUM SPATIAL CONSTRUCTION White Klutsis Spatial Construction
    A white handpainted version of Gustav Klutsis' structural design, taken, interpreted and raised by Beamalevich. If Tatlin had his Monument to the Third International design turned into a real-life sculpture, we made sure the same would be done with Gustav Klutsis' Spatial Constructions plans. An art teacher and soviet propaganda pioneer himself, Klutsis' experimentation on the field of architecture never built up beyond paper - until now. This moving sculpture created from his most interpretable design of what a Spatial Construction was is part of a collection of a total four structures. This one being the next bigger size after our regular production one, it has been entirely made of recycled wood by Barcelona local woodcrafters, manually glue-free assembled piece by piece. Made under supervision of Beamalevich - a Barcelona-based art editor and curator specialized in Malevich and European avant-garde artists -, this Spatial Construction becomes the only physical rendition to Gustav Klutsis' avant-garde architectural mentality and building/construction vision. His ideas, visibly, seem to match all eras gone by since their birth. The inner structures of the sculpture are movable and even removable, allowing endless possibilites of arrangement as a form of respecting the artist’s echoing plasticity even on the squarest of the forms. Piece 1/4 of Beamalevich's Spatial Constructions collectible collection. Slightly bigger than our regular production model (same size as our "Medium" sized one) and painted in broken white, which gives it the extra weight and different finish as well as a new visual concept.   SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions: Length: 75.3 cm // 29.6 in Width: 17.8 cm // 7 in Weight: 736 g // 1.6 lb // 26 oz Material: PEFC-Certified Oregon pine wood, white paint Shipment includes insurance
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  • Medium Klutsis Spatial Construction MEDIUM SPATIAL CONSTRUCTION
    MEDIUM SPATIAL CONSTRUCTION If Tatlin had his Monument to the Third International design turned into a real-life sculpture, we made sure the same would be done with Gustav Klutsis' Spatial Constructions plans. An art teacher and Soviet propaganda pioneer himself, Klutsis' experimentation on the field of architecture never built up beyond paper - until now. This moving sculpture created from his most interpretable design of what a Spatial Construction was is part of a collection of a total of four structures. This one being the second biggest, it has been entirely made of PEFC Certified Oregon pine wood by Barcelona local wood crafters, manually glue-free assembled piece by piece. Made under the supervision of Beamalevich - a Barcelona-based art editor and curator specialized in Malevich and European avant-garde artists -, this Spatial Construction becomes the only physical rendition to Gustav Klutsis' avant-garde architectural mentality and building/construction vision. His ideas, visibly, seem to match all eras gone by since their birth. The inner structures of the sculpture are movable and even removable, allowing endless possibilities of arrangement as a form of respecting the artist’s echoing plasticity even on the squarest of the forms. Piece 2/4 of Beamalevich's Spatial Constructions collection. The second biggest model available - maybe, a more manageable size.   SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions: Length: 75.3 cm // 29.6 in Width: 17.8 cm // 7 in Weight: 443 g // 0.98 lb // 15.6 oz Material: PEFC-Certified Oregon pine wood Shipment includes insurance The Spatial Construction comes already assembled.  
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  • LARGE SPATIAL CONSTRUCTION LARGE SPATIAL CONSTRUCTION
    LARGE SPATIAL CONSTRUCTION If Tatlin had his Monument to the Third International design turned into a real-life sculpture, we made sure the same would be done with Gustav Klutsis' Spatial Constructions plans. An art teacher and Soviet propaganda pioneer himself, Klutsis' experimentation on the field of architecture never built up beyond paper - until now. This moving sculpture created from his most interpretable design of what a Spatial Construction was is part of a collection of a total of four structures. This one being the second biggest, it has been entirely made of PEFC Certified Oregon pine wood by Barcelona local wood crafters, manually glue-free assembled piece by piece. Made under the supervision of Beamalevich - a Barcelona-based art editor and curator specialized in Malevich and European avant-garde artists -, this Spatial Construction becomes the only physical rendition to Gustav Klutsis' avant-garde architectural mentality and building/construction vision. His ideas, visibly, seem to match all eras gone by since their birth. The inner structures of the sculpture are movable and even removable, allowing endless possibilities of arrangement as a form of respecting the artist’s echoing plasticity even on the squarest of the forms. Piece 3/4 of Beamalevich's Spatial Constructions collection. The second biggest model available - maybe, a more manageable size.   SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions: Length: 101.8 cm // 40 in Width: 23.6 cm // 9.3 in Weight: 982 g // 19.8 lb // 317.5 oz Material: PEFC-Certified Oregon pine wood Shipment includes insurance The Spatial Construction comes already assembled.
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  • Giant Klutsis Spatial Construction GIANT SPATIAL CONSTRUCTION
    If Tatlin had his Monument to the Third International design turned into a real-life sculpture, we made sure the same would be done with Gustav Klutsis' Spatial Constructions plans. An art teacher and Soviet propaganda pioneer himself, Klutsis' experimentation on the field of architecture never built up beyond paper - until now. This moving sculpture created from his most interpretable design of what a Spatial Construction was is part of a collection of a total of four structures. This one being the biggest, it has been entirely made of PEFC Certified Oregon pine wood by Barcelona local wood crafters, manually glue-free assembled piece by piece. Made under the supervision of Beamalevich - a Barcelona-based art editor and curator specialized in Malevich and European avant-garde artists -, this Spatial Construction becomes the only physical rendition to Gustav Klutsis' avant-garde architectural mentality and building/construction vision. His ideas, visibly, seem to match all eras gone by since their birth. The inner structures of the sculpture are movable and even removable, allowing endless possibilities of arrangement as a form of respecting the artist’s echoing plasticity even on the squarest of the forms. Piece 4/4 of Beamalevich's Spatial Constructions collection. The biggest model we ever made!   SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions: Length: 150.6 cm // 59.3 in Width: 34.8 cm // 13.7 in Weight: 2.97 kg // 6.5 lb // 104.8 oz Material: PEFC-Certified Oregon pine wood Shipment includes insurance
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  • GOTA ARCHITECTON GOTA ARCHITECTON

    A replica of Kazimir Malevich's GOTA plaster architecton (Arkitekton Gota, 1923) is here displayed, on sale as a unique piece.

    This reproduction, entirely made of wood, is an individual creation by local wood crafters based on the GOTA’s interpretation by Beamalevich, a Barcelona based art editor and curator specialized in Malevich and European avant-garde artists.

    The GOTA Architekton is a vertical structure, a "planit" in the words of Malevich, and a clear example of the artist attempts to extrapolate the Suprematist pictorial system into architecture. There are references to a skyscraper on its edges, although no specific building to be identified.

    The lack of information about access, circulation or use on its surfaces is a reason behind the artist designing and creating the Architectons - to propose his conviction that new architecture can arise simply from the assembly of abstract volumetric masses rather than from a design based on the use.

    The size of the item is exactly as the original GOTA Architecton. The blend of different woods is glued together and covered with several coats of white paint plus a drawn black circle.

    Made in Barcelona in 2008.



    SPECIFICATIONS

    Dimensions:

    Length: 52.5 cm // 20.7 in
    Height: 85.3 cm // 33.6 in
    Width: 56 cm // 22 in

    Weight:
    4 kg // 8.8 lb // 141.1 oz

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  • ALPHA ARCHITECTON ALPHA ARCHITECTON

    A replica of Kazimir Malevich’s ALPHA architecton (Arkitekton Al’fa, 1920) is here displayed, on sale as a unique piece.

    This reproduction, entirely made of wood, is an individual creation by local wood crafters based on the ALPHA’s interpretation by Beamalevich, a Barcelona-based art editor and curator collective specialized in Malevich and European avant-garde artists.

    The ALPHA Architecton is a multilevel horizontal platform. With its shape, it can remind of a futuristic vehicle, ready to take off and to move either very slow or too quickly. A "planit" in the words of Malevich, it is a clear example of the artist attempts to extrapolate the Suprematist pictorial system into architecture and design.

    The lack of any motif, window or door, even proportion reference is a motive behind the artist designing and creating the Arkhitektons - to propose his conviction that new architecture can arise simply from the assembly of abstract volumetric masses rather than from a design based on the use.

    The size of the item is exactly as the original ALPHA Architecton. The blend of different woods is glued together and covered with several coats of white paint.

    Made in Barcelona in 2008.



    SPECIFICATIONS


    Dimensions:
    Length: 80.5 cm // 31.7 in
    Height: 31.5 cm // 12 in
    Width: 34 cm // 13.4 in

    Weight:
    3 kg // 6.6 lb // 105 oz

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  • Mies Pavilion Model Mies Pavilion Model

    Fundació Mies Pavilion Barcelona DIY model in 1:150

    "do-it-yourself" model made with birch plywood, methacrylate, and steel details, easy to assemble. The model comes unmounted, and it is the user's task to build it piece per piece following the instructions inside. The Pavilion is an iconic building of Barcelona and 20th-century architecture. Ideal replica for architecture lovers and Mies van der Rohe admirers. Total of 19 pieces. Product demonstration video: Check our full Bauhaus Collection by clicking these words.   SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions (once mounted): Height: 3 cm // 1.2 in Width: 42 cm // 16.5 in Depth: 18.5 cm // 7.3 in Weight (boxed): 673 g // 1.5 lb // 26.7 oz Material: birch plywood, methacrylate, steel Scale: 1:150 Assembling instructions inside. Methacrylate parts are covered with a blue plastic cover to be removed. Made by Beamalevich, Roviras Castelao Arquitectura and local workshops in the city of Barcelona, 2019.
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  • Sand Pendulum Sand Pendulum
    Unique pendulum which draws in sand The movement of the plate and pendulum, that swirl and move with independent motion, traces unique designs on the sand. Physicists see them as a demonstration of the Theory of chaos; others see the Lissajous curves written on the sand. Still, others experiment the relaxing appeal of the pendulum drawing infinite figures on the sand. The pendulum is made of stainless steel and leaves a trace on the extremely fine, white quartz sand. Hand assembled in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. A collaboration between BeaMalevich and Dieters Company from Germany.   SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions: Diameter: 36 cm // 14.2 in Height: adjustable Weight: 4.7 kg // 10.4 lbs
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