Futures of the past, complete with a horde of walking cities. The Archigram archive of work, mostly drawings and models from the 1960s, is now owned by M+, the visual culture museum set to open in 2021 in Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District.

Archigram’s Peter Cook on group’s archive in Hong Kong, designing future cities and why utopias are ‘rubbish’

  • The influential ’60s architecture collective, whose archive has found a permanent home in Hong Kong, visualised mobile, futuristic cities
  • He returned to the city as a creative director of this year’s Design Trust Gala
Topic |   Architecture and design
Futures of the past, complete with a horde of walking cities. The Archigram archive of work, mostly drawings and models from the 1960s, is now owned by M+, the visual culture museum set to open in 2021 in Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District.
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