Rudolph: the building ceased to exist for him

“The architect’s most famous work, the Art and Architecture building at Yale, was…gutted over time. After his innovative asbestos ceiling was ripped out and replaced in the 1970s, Rudolph said that the building had ceased to exist for him.”

Rudolph’s perplexing legacy By Bill Hutchinson Herald Tribune 6/8/08

Found via: Mesothelioma News: Sarasota, Florida journalist looks back at the controversial career of architect and mesothelioma victim Paul Rudolph 6/27/08

Posted by: Tanya

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