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Alain Bublex's explorations of contemporary urban reality are inspired by late 20th century visionary utopian architecture. Plug-In City, conceived in 1964 by the iconoclastic British architect and urban planner Peter Cook and the avant-garde group Archigram, was as provocative as it was unbuildable. However, Bublex sees the now ever-present mini-cities of prefab bungalows used on construction sites as an extension of the original Plug-In City, and from this he imagines his own evolution of urban utopian possibilities. With Plug-In City/Houston, Bublex explored remarkable design and function challenges of the United States' fourth largest city.
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