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Friday, October 12, 2007

The Architecture of Paul Rudolph

The world was not kind to Modernist architect Paul Rudolph. Students picketed his Art and Architecture building at Yale when it first opened, bulldozers continue to attack his classic Summer homes, and he died of lung cancer--almost certainly contracted from asbestos at one or more of his worksites. Yet flickr user Kelviin has put together an impressive collection of his futuristic, fantastic, fabulous and sometimes failed projects.