On Bruce Eisner's blog I found an interesting post about Spaced Out: Radical Environments of the Psychedelic Sixties, a book by Alastair Gordon which explores the ground-breaking visionary architecture of the '60s.
Wired Magazine, in their June 23, 2008 issue describes the book:
Through hundreds of groovy photos, Alastair Gordon's book explores the tripped-out buildings of the age of Aquarius. Spaced Out shows how ambitiously experimental, hallucinogenically colorful, and at times laughably impractical the designs were - from a waterbed prototype to a house that changed colors in response to human touch. Gordon, a New York Times contributor, highlights the technologies in use today that were pioneered during the era's kaleidoscopic revolution. Turn on, drop out, move in.
(Here you can visit Alaistar Gordon's blog)