Neo-Futuristic architecture is a style that has been debated since the late 20th to early 21st century on how it is becoming more and more relevant today. It brings architecture and technology together to often challenge traditional modernist methods and broaden architects to revaluate design conventions and steer towards a more Avant-Garde impression. This idea of neo-futurism was thoroughly investigated by British architectural firm Archigram, where they challenged the idea of rurality and Neo-futurism together many times. They illustrated how we should adopt nomadism again and create areas of landscape living where we keep our technological comforts. Considering this, in recent years a luxurious camping activity is emerging to do just this, where we indulge in both technology and rurality. In this article, I will explore Archigram’s efforts to sway architects to think of the future, I will see if ‘glamping’ is a new standout wave of neo-futurism and if both these innovative aspects of architecture correlate with each other and have the same vision.
2020. The start of a decade. We all believed that this would be a fresh start, a time for new aspirations to blossom and to manifest all our everlasting dreams.