Archigram Redux: More Ideas From the Sixties Are Fashionable Again

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click here to go to video. Image BBC

TreeHugger has referred to Archigram, the group of British Architects and students out of the AA (Architectural Association School) that came up with plug-in cities, walking cities, blow-up cities and other ideas that are all the rage again. Now the BBC has picked up on it, with a recent interview of Peter Cook, one of the key players in Archigram and not a comedic partner of Dudley Moore.

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More on Archigram at the website of their exhibition. Via PSFK.

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Andrew Maynard's Corb 2.0: Archigram Reborn
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Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Portable Architecture
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Archigram Redux: More Ideas From the Sixties Are Fashionable Again
TreeHugger has referred to Archigram, the group of British Architects and students out of the AA (Architectural Association School) that came up with plug-in cities, walking cities, blow-up cities and other ideas

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