A Private Paul Rudolph Getaway Goes Public - Architizer
Every cute little beach house on Sanibel Island has been knocked down and replaced with a monster mansion, most of them quite ugly and excessive, and probably half of them with for sale signs in front.
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When you hear the name Paul Rudolph, you most likely think of controversial, "sweater-snagging" Brutalist buildings such as Boston City Hall or Yale's Rudolp.
House With Balls: Louis Kahn Meets Paul Rudolph via Matharoo Associates : TreeHugger
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Every cute little beach house on Sanibel Island has been knocked down and replaced with a monster mansion, most of them quite ugly and excessive, and probably half of them with for sale signs in front. Therefore I was surprised to find Paul Rudolph's Wa
image credit Matharoo Architects Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan of Architizer calls Matharoo Associates House with Balls "a veritable children's treasury of the weirdest, coolest architectural photography we've seen in a while (cattle, camels, fish, lights
The weight of the panels was counterbalanced by 77 pound steel weights, hence its nickname "the Cannonball House." It is no surprise that it is rigged like a boat; According to Alastair Gordon,
The Walter W. and Elaine Walker Guest House. 1952. Paul Rudolph with Ralph Twitchell. Sanibel Island, Florida.
The internationally-known architect Paul Rudolph designed the Bass residence in He studied with Walter Gropius and you can see that his style was an audacious mix of Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Kahn and Mies Van Der Rohe.
Autor David Sokol New York USA The 'Sarasota School of Architecture' was coined as an historical term by architect Gene Leedy in the to describe the unique mid-century, European-Modernism-meets-Florida architecture of the city.