The plans for Archizoom 's 1969 No-Stop City were typed out on a typewriter. The plan emerged from limitations of typesetting: leading, tabs, indentation, and spacing. Appropriately enough, the project conceived as architectureless architecture is represented with a planless plan. Operating more like graph paper, the plan was seductively incomplete and awaiting occupation.
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Architecture, Archaeology and Beirut: A Scenario for a Dialogue by Antoine Atallah at the American University of Beirut, 2011 on ARCHILEB - the lebanese architecture portal