Paul Rudolph

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Christopher Hawthorne on Lambert, Mies, Seagram, and the Art of Patronage

Phyllis Lambert's new book, "Building Seagram," reveals the importance of the architect-client relationship. More

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Rising Star: Studio Dwell Architects

A Chicago firm finds beauty in restraint. More

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Paul Rudolph's Disappearing Oeuvre

Among prominent 20th century architects, Paul Rudolph is the one I find most problematic. More

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Back to the Future

Koolhaas and Obrist's history of how postwar Japanese Metabolists looked to the future of architecture. More

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Hall of Fame: Will Bruder, AIA

After more than five decades spent steeped in architecture, Will Bruder is one of the profession's truest of true believers. More

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ra50: David Jameson Architect

In architecturally conservative Washington, D.C., architect David Jameson offers clients idea-driven buildings. More

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solar umbrella, venice, calif.weaetxdyvaydzcwq

Sure, this solar-powered house costs almost nothing to run. But what most impressed the judges was its thoughtful site analysis and the way the landscape slips in and out of the house. More

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