The Paul Rudolph housing crisis

(Photo: Chris Mottalini)

Since the architect Paul Rudolph’s death, in 1997, his reputation has undergone one of the most dramatic rehabilitations imaginable, and his brutalist, sometimes off-putting buildings—once criticized as the worst of high modernism’s excesses—are now recognized as some of the most expressive American architecture of the twentieth century. They are also some of the most threatened.

Modern Antiquity: The Paul Rudolph housing crisis David Hay New York Magazine 11/23/08


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