The Archigram Archival Project and the University of Westminster does not own any of the work displayed on this site, nor does it hold copyright of these original items, which remains with the authors.  Any queries about using these images should be directed to the copyright holders, who can be reached through the envelope icon on each page for a specific project or drawing, or the general CONTACT US box.


The images shown here have been made available by Archigram members or their heirs, at a restricted resolution which has been agreed with Archigram. They may be used, at or below this size only, for student essays or visual presentations. They cannot be used for commercial purposes or for any public outputs -- books, magazines, movies, advertising, etc. If you are publishing a student essay or thesis, you will need to seek permission for any Archigram material included in it. If you are in any doubt about what is and is not permitted, please check with the authors/copyright holders for their agreement to your proposed use.


Normal copyright rules apply for the use of texts. Short excerpts may be quoted with properly accredited reference to the authors.  Longer texts, however, always need permission.  Original authors are listed alongside the texts where this material is available. Material marked with the EXP logo was written by the EXP project team, and should be credited accordingly.


A high-resolution version of this site has been retained by the University of Westminster, and may be seen by bona-fide researchers by appointment at the University of Westminster. Please refer to the university's archive for further information and to request permission about available times and to request permission to come and view this version of the website. All other queries relating to copyright and use of images must be made through the ‘CONTACT US’ facility from the pages of the Archigram Archival Project website.

Items on this site have been deposited by members of Archigram and credited according to the information given at the time of deposit. Every attempt has been made to clear copyright issues beyond this and we welcome approaches from anyone holding information about copyright of items within this collection. All reasonable endeavours have been made to ensure that information given on this website is accurate.  Please let us know if you have any new information or wish to correct any errors, and we will amend information when possible.



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