While most known for his career in the 1950's, Paul Rudolph's late work from the 1970's-1990's reflects a decisively planned style that reflects a maturation in his work. Get intimate with this brilliant architect as you follow the last leg of Rudolph's career with full color reproductions of plans and personal writings, hand-picked by Rudolph himself. These final works are explored through masterful pencil drawings, models, and photographs, as well as an interview- his last- with architect Peter Blake. A perfect compliment to Paul Rudolph: Florida Houses, this book is sure to please anyone who enjoys modern architecture. Hardback, 224pps.
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