Paul Rudolph was a monumental figure in the 1950s and 1960s, designing a number of important private and institutional projects and serving as chair of the Department of Architecture at Yale for almost a decade. His influence was strongly felt at that time, although it has waned since. Recognition of Rudolph's importance has increased of late, largely due to the renovation of his best-known commission, the Art and Architecture Building at Yale. Timothy M. Rohan's research has been central to the resuscitation of Rudolph and his legacy, and it is a pleasure finally to see it in book form.

In The Architecture of Paul Rudolph, Rohan wisely takes the vicissitudes of Rudolph's reception...

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