More Than 200 Projects are included in the Archigram Archival Project. The AAP uses the group’s mainly chronological numbering system and includes everything given an Archigram project number. This comprises projects done by members before they met, the Archigram magazines (grouped together at no. 100), the projects done by Archigram as a group between 1961 and 1974, and some later projects.
We then turned towards a specific application of 'Plug-in' thinking: the rentable office floor. The axonometric shows a pylon that contains lifts and services with a 'tray' hanging off each side. One tray is the 'front' office, the other the 'backroom' office. Each part would be exchangeable. Various ideas about automated shopping and diagonalized movement combine with the Plug-in Office tower in [Europa] - a hypothetical 'businesstown' along an international route.
Archigram, Edited by Peter Cook, Warren Chalk, Dennis Crompton, David Greene, Ron Herron & Mike Webb, 1972 [reprinted New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1999]