Archigram was an avant-garde architectural collective active in the sixties and seventies. Funded by mainstream architects, their futurist projects and ideas were largely unrealized. To illustrate their big ideas, they had a fantastic presentation style of drawings and elevations which seem to function better as pop art more than architectural plans.
Below are some pieces of their presentation for a competition to design an hockey arena/convention center and public park in Monte Carlo, Monaco. Their project, developed between 1969 and 1973, was not built.
Kit of Parts: Instructions, designed by Ron Herron; pink felt tip pen on layout paper
Main foyer of the arena. Check out the dude's suit in the lower right!
Hockey Sur Glace Et Conference, Ron Herron (the plan for the arena)
Parts Diagram, Ron Herron
Hendrix Interior, Ron Herron, Dennis Crompton, Peter Cook