Olivetti Studio 42

It was designed in 1935 by Ottavio Luzzati, with designs by the architects Figini and Pollini (in those years dedicated to the construction of the Olivetti Complex) and the painter Xanti Schawinsky. The design took 3 years. It is Olivetti's first semi-standard typewriter, and it is also known as the M2.
It is characterized by the various colors available: in addition to the classic black, it was available in red, gray, brown, and light blue.