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.
A NORMAL LANDSCAPE IS INTERRUPTED BY A CREVICE but an odd one...with a strange hint of matrix a space definition AND THEN CONTINUES
THE EDGE is sudden..alien? certainly anticipatory. THE MATRIX is delightfully heedless of old concepts like 'ground' or datum NATURAL ELEMENTS: trees, bushes, streams intermingle with the matricised space THE EVENT OF THREE TREES occurring in a re-iterated way hither to commonplace is now perhaps a clue to some further place or things or intention OUR ANTENNAE HAVE BEEN ACTIVATED
A BLAND PIECE OF LAND SUDDENLY FRAGMENTS MIRROR? or maybe some less obvious combination of decoy and attraction INSERTION of a deliberately fey element such as this screen into the matrix establishes for on (the only ?) time a defined space: an architecture? SUDDEN ELEGANCE is in the lining of this smaller crevice.
ISOLATED CREVICES exist MATRIX EDGES can sometimes be embedded BELOW there are mysterious chambers TRIBUTARY CREVICES lead into the landscape
SOFT pits edge the crevice ODD indentations exist TREES are always interweaving among the matrix FOG or wool or other 'fudging' EDGES can be hard and sharp
THE CREVICE ENDS it disappears in amongst trees and bushes THE MOST FORMAL enclosure is left until the end AND, FOR ONCE, a piece of glass architecture which sticks out of the ground...but even then, surrounded by trees.