AFAIK Alfredo Bonanno both proposes the autonomous base nucleii and draws upon Stirner, pointing to a belief in the synthesis of association and autonomy.
More specifically, in Armed Joy he wrote, "The need for communism transforms everything. Through the need for communism the need for non-work moves from the negative aspect (opposition to work) to the positive one: the individual’s complete availability to themselves, the possibility to express themselves absolutely freely, breaking away from all models, even those considered to be fundamental and indispensable, such as those of production."
He also wrote, "The code of the need for communism takes the place of the code of the need to produce. In the light of this need in the community of play, the decisions of the individual become meaningful."
It seems that at least for Bonanno, communal experience and individuality go hand in hand. Insofar as Bonanno represents the thinking of insurrectionary anarchists in Italy in general, it seems like they do not presume hostility.