The White Cube I is the largest of the gallery's three London sites, and dates from the 1970s when it was primarily used as a warehouse before the current refurbishment. Berlin-based Casper Mueller Kneer Architects designed the building, which includes three principal exhibition spaces, substantial warehousing, private viewing rooms, an auditorium, and a bookshop. The "South Galleries" and "North Galleries" provide the display area for White Cube's expanding contemporary art exhibitions. At the center of the building, there is a gallery entitled ‘9 x 9 x 9’ which generally hosts the main exhibit. The auditorium presents an education program, as well artists’ films and lectures.
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