Tag : Archigram
The latest document from the Scrutonistas repeats the fantasy that if we built Classical homes they would be granted speedy planning permissions, writes Paul Finch
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In what seems like an endless, dark, Brexit-jammed January, it is good to be reminded that architecture is a critical part of wider culture, writes Emily Booth
A collection of some of post-war Britain’s most significant architectural work is to leave the country after the surviving members of Archigram were given the go-ahead to sell their archive to a Hong Kong museum for £1.8 million
The latest AJ features three cultural projects within existing buildings: Haworth Tompkins’ restoration of Battersea Arts Centre; the V&A Photography Centre by David Kohn Architects; and DRDH’s Site Gallery in Sheffield. PLUS In conversation with Amin Taha; how practices are facing higher insurance premiums post-Grenfell fire; reaction to Roger Scruton’s appointment as ‘housing ...
A newly published compendium of the avant-garde group is a pertinent reminder of the importance of trailblazing radical design, writes Paul Finch