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Seeking recollections of Archigram . . .

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For some time now I have been conducting in-depth research into Archigram, and I am appealing to aj readers to tell me what impact they think the group had on the teaching and practice of architecture. Conversely, readers may feel that there are aspects of the story that have been overblown, or neglected; again, I would like to know more.


21 Trinity Green, Mile End Road, London E2 4TS, e-mail: s.j. sadler@open.ac.uk

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