Architecture and Design Collection acquires Rex Lotery archive

UCSB’s ADC, known for its archival holdings of Southern California-based architects, recently celebrated a new acquisition: the archive of architect Rex Lotery (1930-2007). The archive contains objects from Lotery as well as from the firm Kahn, Kappe, Lotery & Boccato. Architectural historian and guest curator Nicholas Olsberg announced that selections from the archive will be displayed in future exhibitions at the University Art Museum.

via Culture Monster

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