Paul Rudolph

Posted on
The Clumsy Burial of a Neo-Brutalist Monument in Boston

Aaron Betsky argues that NBBJ's proposal for a new addition to the Hurley Building... More

Posted on
A New Take on the Brutalist Architecture of Paul Rudolph

Legendary editor John Morris Dixon shares his own recollections and taps the... More

Posted on
Signature Paul Rudolph House Hits the Market for $4.4 Million in Florida

With its geometric façade facing the Atlantic Ocean, the house is a landmark of... More

Posted on
Never-Before-Seen Paul Rudolph Work to be Exhibited This Fall

On view until March 9, 2019, the exhibition "Paul Rudolph: The Hong Kong Journey"... More

Posted on
Photographer Matthew Carbone Shoots Paul Rudolph's Orange County Government Center

In advance of what might be the last hope for saving Paul Rudolph's Orange County Goverment Center in Goshen, N.Y., architectural photographer Matthew Carbone shot the Brutalist structure. More

Posted on
Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman Submits Proposal to Save Paul Rudolph’s Goshen Landmark

The firm’s proposal to transform the Government Center into a Hudson Valley arts hub would save the Modernist masterpiece from destruction. More

Posted on
Artwashing: Modernism's Revenge

Aaron Betsky observes the grit of Brutalist affordable housing units being "... More

Posted on
Edward P. Evans Hall, Designed by Foster + Partners

Norman Foster studied under Paul Rudolph at Yale, but his School of Management... More

Posted on
Jose Ahedo Wins 2014 Wheelwright Prize

Harvard’s GSD announced that the winner of its annual traveling fellowship—and... More

Posted on
Christopher Hawthorne on Lambert, Mies, Seagram, and the Art of Patronage

Phyllis Lambert's new book, "Building Seagram," reveals the importance of the architect-client relationship. More


Events Calendar

Close X