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Spaced Out – Crash Pads, Hippie Communes, Infinity Machines and Other Radical Environments of the Psychedelic Sixties

Spacedout
Some of of the most extreme and indeed most interesting living spaces of the 60s have been collected by Alastair Gordon in the newly-published Spaced Out – Crash Pads, Hippie Communes, Infinity Machines and Other Radical Environments of the Psychedelic Sixties.

As the name suggests, this hardback publication features architecture and design influenced by the late 60s drug culture, along with the radical designers behind these developments. But not only that, the book promises never-before-published images of some of brightly-coloured hippy communes of the day – dwellings created by a new generation and a new way of thinking, along with background detail about the hippie movement of the day.

Just published in the US, you can also pick it up in the UK via Amazon for just over £23.

Find out more about the book at Amazon.co.uk