Trenches, Accropodes and High Design
Aired On: Jan 15, 2015
Lane Barden shares select images from his portfolio of architecture and infrastructure, and explores how engineering, planning and design offer solutions for the future of Los Angeles.
Lane Barden is an artist and architectural photographer based in Los Angeles whose practice includes both contemporary design and urban infrastructure. His architectural photography has been published nationally and internationally in design publications such as Architectural Record, Architecture and Culture and ACTAR.
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