1 Mar 2011

The Archigram Archival Project

Archigram was a seminal British architectural practice (1961–1974). The six main members of the group are acknowlegded still today for their influential ideas and projects about technology, society and architecture.

Most notably the group anticipated the arrival of the information revolution by several decades, with many (largely unbuilt) designs centred on interoperable technologies and playful realisation of information as commodity.

(The Archigram Archival Project was run by the University of Westminster and contains many of the group's conceptual works including drawings, collages, paintings, photographs, magazines, articles and slides.)