The Design Museum hosts an exhibition of work by Archigram, the leading avant-garde architecture practice of the 1960s, from next week. Curated and designed in collaboration with members of Archigram, the exhibition includes new formats, including inflatables, to showcase the pop culture-inspired work of the group (Living Pod pictured). Archigram was founded in 1960 by Warren Chalk, Peter Cook, Dennis Crompton, David Greene, Ron Herron and Michael Webb. The group also published an eponymous magazine rebelling against the conservative architectural establishment. The exhibition runs at the Design Museum from 3 April to 4 July.
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Glasgow-based studio Tangent has created the campaign imagery for this year’s Edinburgh International Book Festival.