audc: most expensive space in north america

Posted by Kazys Varnelis | Mon Sep 29th 2003 2:16 p.m.

AUDC [Architecture Urbanism Design Collaborative] presents"The Most Expensive Space in North America," a hybrid web/gallery exhibit on telecommunications hub One Wilshire, done in collaboration with videographer Steve Rowell. The gallery exhibit was part of the Form + Function show at the Guggenheim Gallery in Chapman College, Orange, California from 10 February to 22 March. The web exhibit is @

Founded by Robert Sumrell, architecture faculty, Woodbury University and
Kazys Varnelis, Ph.D., history-theory faculty, Southern California Institute
of Architecture [SCI-Arc], AUDC uses the tools of
architecture to research the role of the individual and the community in the
contemporary urban environment. AUDC constructs worlds, not objects.

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