A Hawaiian Modernist, by Way of Russia


Thomas McDonald for The New York Times

Architectural models, drawings, site plans, photographs and assorted documentation by the celebrated Hawaiian Modernist architect Vladimir Ossipoff (1907-1998) are the subject of an overhung but nonetheless extraordinarily interesting exhibition at the Yale School of Architecture in New Haven. The show celebrates the reopening of the Art and Architecture Building after a $126 million restoration and addition, designed by the New York firm Gwathmey Siegel & Associates.

A Hawaiian Modernist, by Way of Russia Benjamin Gennocchio New York Times 9/26/08

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