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2 edition of Paul Rudolph. found in the catalog.

Paul Rudolph.

Paul Rudolph

Paul Rudolph.

by Paul Rudolph

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Published by Simon and Schuster in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rudolph, Paul, -- 1918-

  • Edition Notes

    StatementIntroduction and notes by Rupert Spade, with 63 photographs by Yukio Futagawa.
    SeriesLibrary of contemporary architects
    ContributionsSpade, Rupert.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination134 p.
    Number of Pages134
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16638826M

      Paul Rudolph, arguably one of the most prominent archiects of the mid-twentieth century, understood these stakes, too. His work was largely a reaction against purist functionalism; his attention.   The first major study of one of the most important architects of the postwar era Equally admired and maligned for his remarkable Brutalist buildings, Paul Rudolph (–) shaped both late modernist architecture and a generation of architects while chairing Yale’s department of architecture from to

    Yukio Futagawa (ed), Paul Rudolph, Architectural Drawings, Architectural Book Publishing Co, New York (first published ). Ibid. For more information about Tony Monk and his book The Art & Architecture of Paul Rudolph, please visit his website at or contact him via email [email protected] This argument, like the others Rudolph weaves throughout his writing — the requirement for diversity in urban space, the futility of a continual search for novelty, the need for architects to practice urban design — remains unchanged over the four decades covered by the book. This means not that the Paul Rudolph of was outdated but.

    The home was restored by architect and author Joseph King who wrote extensively about Rudolph, and is featured in the book Paul Rudolph: The Florida Houses. For more information about the property’s history, see the Project Page in the Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation Archives. Features. Property s s.f. ( Acre).   As noted in the book Paul Rudolph: The Late Work, delays in construction timelines, distance from the West, and Rudolph’s insouciance toward self .


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