Paul Rudolph at 100

The architect Paul Rudolph was born 100 years ago today.  Hugely influential in the 1950s and 1960s, Rudolph was among the most important architects of post-war modernism in America.  This Friday, October 26th, the Library of Congress will celebrate the centennial with a symposium that will include discussion of Rudolph’s designs as well as his work as a theorist and educator.  Next month, the Sarasota Architectural Foundation‘s annual festival of mid-century architecture will be devoted to the work and legacy of Paul Rudolph.

Here’s a lovely short film featuring preeminent Rudolph scholar Timothy M. Rohan, which we created on the occasion of Timothy’s splendid publication The Architecture of Paul Rudolph.

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