Archigram: Visionary Futures From the 60’s

Archigram: Visionary Futures From the 60’s
Design
Dan Gould
  • 5 january 2009


The BBC has created a fascinating slide show which highlights the work of avant-garde architectural group Archigram. The collective was formed in the 1960’s by a group of friends who came together to discuss far out concepts about architecture and design. Their ideas about modular and mobile cities probably seemed like something out of a psychedelic sci-fi movie at the time, but maintain a fresh relevance, and persist as a source of inspiration today.

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