Architectural Record's 1963 "House of the Year", the Milam House is a legendary example of Paul Rudolph's expansive vision of architecture and served as a segue in his career.
MODULIGHTOR Building, NYC
Designed as a home for MODULIGHTOR, the lighting company inspired by Paul Rudolph's observations about light and lighting. Called a "Manhattan Masterpiece" by the Architect's Journal, it is a 'House of Light' with manufacturing, showroom, and owner's residence all in one. The only publicly accessible Rudolph space in New York - come for a visit!
Hong Kongers love the visionary Lippo Centre for its innovative facades. The project is representative of a whole 'second career' for Paul Rudolph when he set his sights on Asia long before many of his peers in the West would later follow in his footsteps.
Art & Architecture at Yale, New Haven, CT
Now rechristened Paul Rudolph Hall after a thoughtful addition and heartening renovation from Charles Gwathmey the original Art and Architecture Builiding served as a hot-bed of creativity and controversy in the architectural community.
23 Beekman Place, NYC
One of the most legendary, talked about and influential residential buildings in all of NYC history, Paul Rudolph's own Manhattan townhouse continues to inspire and illicit passion & inquiry.