In 1967, Archigram's proposal for the future home of 1990 was displayed at Tomorrow's Home Exhibition, called 'Living 1990'. Full scale models of the interior spaces of the home were constructed for the exhibition. The designers rejected the assumption that function requires stability, and created a highly flexible, adaptable and technological living space of the future.
Archigram, an avant-garde art and architecture collective which formed during the 1960s, often incorporated scientific and technological models in their design work which envision urban futures. Their proposals often focused on networks, as a rejection of the formal starkness of modernist design.
Living 1990': Ideal Homes Exhibition, Harrods, London. 1967.