How radical sixties architecture let it all hang out

Right angles were abandoned for a fascination with soft curves: Haus-Rucker Co, Yellow Heart, 1968.

Forty years after the unrest of May 1968, Shumon Basar reviews Spaced Out, a study of some of the avant-garde structures of the psychedelic sixties

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