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The Typewriter Database 1965 Olivetti Studio 44 Serial # 325030 From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Ton Sison: 1965 Olivetti Studio 44 Serial # 325030 Designed by the Italian architect Marcello Nizzoli in collaboration with engineer Guiseppe Beccio, the Olivetti-Underwood Studio 44's special feel, a perfectly calibrated resistance that marks the typing action; not to mention a stability that's close to what you'd get from a standard, are qualities that are pretty hard to beat. And as an example of Nizzoli's sculptural stylistic signature, the Studio 44 is a true design statement. Made in Barcelona, Spain.

For me, way up there both in aesthetics and typing action.

From the Virtual Typewriter Collection of Ton Sison:
1965 Olivetti Studio 44

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1965 Olivetti Studio 44
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325030

Status: My Collection
Created: 04-18-2013 at 10:32AM
Last Edit: 01-21-2017 at 08:49AM

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Designed by the Italian architect Marcello Nizzoli in collaboration with engineer Guiseppe Beccio, the Olivetti-Underwood Studio 44's special feel, a perfectly calibrated resistance that marks the typing action; not to mention a stability that's close to what you'd get from a standard, are qualities that are pretty hard to beat. And as an example of Nizzoli's sculptural stylistic signature, the Studio 44 is a true design statement. Made in Barcelona, Spain.

For me, way up there both in aesthetics and typing action.

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Ton Sison
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In a parallel universe, I was once the Senior Vice-President of Design (Typewriter Division) at Ing. C. Olivetti & C.,S.p.A., Ivrea, Italy. In the real universe, I'm a Chicago-based casual collector and hunter of Olivetti typewriters, and related ephemera, publications, and film sightings.


1965 Olivetti Studio 44 Photo Gallery

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