Analysis of Peter Cook (Archigram's) vision for Plug'n Clip Dwellings. Peter Cook designed the Plug'n Clip Dwellings in 1965. One of many unbuilt visions the Archigram group produced during its productive collaboration. The building implies significant changes to (then and still today) accepted notions of functionality, building structure, collective living and urban life overall. The scale of the structures blends in with existing 19th and early 20th century English row houses. However, they offer a new vision for living in the city.
Location:MIT Dept. of Architecture
Project Team:Project created for Prof. Takehiko Nagakura's geometric modeling course.