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The Architecture of Paul Rudolph Hardcover – 24 Jun 2014


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"Excellent. . . The first substantial account of Rudolph's entire career based on original research, offering a detailed account of his life and work."--Eric Mumford, Washington University in St. Louis--Eric Mumford (12/19/2013)

"Well-argued, well-illustrated, well-edited./i>--Alexandra Lange "Architect Magazine "

Excellent. . . The first substantial account of Rudolph s entire career based on original research, offering a detailed account of his life and work. Eric Mumford, Washington University in St. Louis--Eric Mumford (12/19/2013)"

The architectural monograph can be pedestrian, albeit dusted with a light icing of glamour. Not this one. Timothy M Rohan gives a brilliant account of the apocalyptic arc of Paul Rudolph s career. . . Rohan s book, frank, fair and intuitive, sets the record straight. Gillian Darley, Icon Magazine--Gillian Darley"Icon Magazine" (10/01/2014)"

A well-researched, critical study of an architect who is in urgent need of re-evaluation. Michael Webb, Form--Michael Webb "Form ""

Paul Rudolph, a fascinating architect whose work has suffered from a broad spate of demolition, is receiving a handsome tribute in a forthcoming Yale University Press volume, Timothy Rohan s The Architecture of Paul Rudolph Anthony Paletta, The Awl--Anthony Paletta "The Awl ""

A comprehensive look at one of the leading figures of post-war American architecture, from his early work in Florida to late work in Asia. It contextualizes the work as well as the man, who played a key role as the dean of Yale at a pivotal time in architectural history. Reading this book is like re-remembering who Rudolph really was. Matt Shaw, Architizer--Matt Shaw "Architizer ""

Well-argued, well-illustrated, well-edited. Alexandra Lange, Architect Magazine--Alexandra Lange "Architect Magazine ""

In his excellent new monograph on this complex and sometimes confounding figure, Timothy M. Rohan . . . emerges as today s foremost advocate of Rudolph s works. ?Martin Filler, The New York Review of Books--Martin Filler "The New York Review of Books ""

'The architectural monograph can be pedestrian, albeit dusted with a light icing of glamour. Not this one. Timothy M Rohan gives a brilliant account of the apocalyptic arc of Paul Rudolph's career. . . Rohan's book, frank, fair and intuitive, sets the record straight.'--Gillian Darley, Icon Magazine--Gillian Darley"Icon Magazine" (10/01/2014)

"A well-researched, critical study of an architect who is in urgent need of re-evaluation." --Michael Webb, Form--Michael Webb "Form "

"Paul Rudolph, a fascinating architect whose work has suffered from a broad spate of demolition, is receiving a handsome tribute in a forthcoming Yale University Press volume, Timothy Rohan's The Architecture of Paul Rudolph..." --Anthony Paletta, The Awl--Anthony Paletta "The Awl "

"A comprehensive look at one of the leading figures of post-war American architecture, from his early work in Florida to late work in Asia. It contextualizes the work as well as the man, who played a key role as the dean of Yale at a pivotal time in architectural history. Reading this book is like re-remembering who Rudolph really was." --Matt Shaw, Architizer--Matt Shaw "Architizer "

"Well-argued, well-illustrated, well-edited."--Alexandra Lange, Architect Magazine--Alexandra Lange "Architect Magazine "

"A landmark study of one of the most powerful but also enigmatic architects that America has produced."--Robert Bruegmann, University of Illinois, Chicago--Robert Bruegmann (12/19/2013)

"In his excellent new monograph on this complex and sometimes confounding figure, Timothy M. Rohan . . . emerges as today's foremost advocate of Rudolph's works."?Martin Filler, The New York Review of Books--Martin Filler "The New York Review of Books "

About the Author

Timothy M. Rohan is associate professor of art history at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.


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