gute Form can be gut because essential and also gut because
excessive. In the 70s for example the projects of Franco Audrito for Gufram
were gute Form, because I think he got fed up with all that linear stuff
and he said: ‘I put a Ionic capital in the house and I sit on it’. The gute
Form is a form of intention. Throughout our project we communicate
intentions, a partial and minimal, schematic vision of the circumstances where
an object takes place and sends a signal’.
Franco Raggi in SAFT 07, 21st January 2016, Milan