American architect paul rudolph 1918 1997 was internationally known in the 1950s and early 1960s for his powerful large scale concrete buildings hugely influential during his lifetime rudolph was one of the most significant american architects of his generation to a remarkable extent his . Essays presented at a symposium held in january 2009 entitled reassessing rudolph architecture and reputation held at yale university as the culminating event of the rededication of its yale art and architecture building as rudolph hall. Paul rudolph i feel the le corbusiers villa savoie poissy france 1929 demonstrated the sense of continuity of space the unfolding space in an admirable way it also stated eloquently le corbusiers feeling about mans relationship to nature which has proved to be prophetic. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more
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