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Paul Rudolph : the Florida houses

Author: Christopher Domin; Joseph King
Publisher: New York : Princeton Architectural Press, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Although best known for his monumental buildings, like the Yale A+A Building, Paul Rudolph began his career designing a series of houses representing the unrivaled possibilities of a modest American modernism." "Rudolph arrived in Sarasota in 1941 and immediately began developing his own distinctive regionally based modernism. First, in collaboration with architect Ralph Twitchell, and later on his own, Rudolph
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Paul Rudolph; Paul Rudolph; Paul Rudolph; Paul Rudolph
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Domin; Joseph King
ISBN: 1568982666 9781568982663 1568985517 9781568985510
OCLC Number: 47271906
Description: 237, [11] pages : illustrations, maps ; 21 x 26 cm
Responsibility: Christopher Domin and Joseph King.
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"Although best known for his monumental buildings, like the Yale A+A Building, Paul Rudolph began his career designing a series of houses representing the unrivaled possibilities of a modest American modernism." "Rudolph arrived in Sarasota in 1941 and immediately began developing his own distinctive regionally based modernism. First, in collaboration with architect Ralph Twitchell, and later on his own, Rudolph successfully, sometimes controversially, transformed the southern Florida landscape." "With their distinctive natural landscapes, local architectural precedents, and innovative construction techniques - many based on simple off-the-shelf materials - these houses brought modern architectural form into this gracious subtropical world."

"Paul Rudolph: The Florida Houses catalogs Rudolph's early residential work: over sixty projects built between 1941 and 1962. Rudolph's striking renderings, Ezra Stoller's photographs, and Christopher Domin and Joseph King's insightful text convey the lightness, materiality, and transcendency of Rudolph's early work."--Jacket.

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