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Architecture on the Campus: Yale; A Building as a Teacher, Berkeley, Ellen Perry , Architectural Forum, July/August, Volume 127, p.46-53, (1967)
Think/Make: Della Valle Bernheimer, Bernheimer, Andrew, 1968-, and Della Valle, Jared 1971- , New York, (2009)
America Joins Architecture's Rem-formation, Bernstein, Fred A. , Icon: Architecture and Design, October, (2004)
Wrestling with Rudolph: Changing an important complex by a major (but difficult) architect poses both dangers and the chance to keep his work alive., Bernstein, Fred A., and Vanderwarker Peter , Architectural Record, 02/2013, p.70-75, (2013)
Shining Moment: Paul Rudolph designed this glamorous apartment nearly four decades ago. And it still dazzles today, Bernstein, Fred A. , New York Times Style Magazine, October 7, p.168-173, (2007)
Let In the Light. Show Off the Tub. Who Needs Privacy?, Bernstein, Fred A. , New York Times, March 23, p.7, (2006)
The Quest to Preserve Sarasota's Modern Homes, Bernstein, Fred A. , New York Times, October 10, p.11-12, (2004)
Charles Gwathmey, Architect Loyal to Aesthetics of High Modernism, Dies at 71, Bernstein, Fred A. , New York Times, August 5, p.11, (2009)
Postscripts: Building on Sacred Ground, Bernstein, Fred A. , New York Times, May 8, p.20, (2005)
Come Right In: With Public Spaces and Model Apartments All Around New York, Residential Real-Estate Developers Have Finally Acknowledged the Selling Power of Interior Design., Bernstein, Fred A. , Interior Design, September, Volume 76, p.256-267, (2005)
At the Convention, Bernstein, Fred A. , Architect, Volume 97, Number 4, p.55, (2008)
That Tear-Down Could Be a Haul-Away, Bernstein, Fred A. , New York Times, January 5, p.4, (2006)
A Road Trip Back to the Future, Bernstein, Fred A. , New York Times, March 23, p.1, 10, (2007)
The End of 1960's Architecture, Bernstein, Fred A. , New York Times, October 31, p.28, (2004)
Paul Rudolph's Tracey Towers, Bernstein, Fred A. , Oculus, October, (2005)
Paul Rudolph Trust Loses Battle of Wills, Bevan, Robert , Building Design, May 12, p.2, (2000)
Yale's Plan to Spend $125-Million to Renovate Famous Building Leaves Many Asking Why, Biemiller, Lawrence , The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 30, Volume 54, Number 14, p.21, (2007)
A Shared Vision: The architecture schools at the University of New Mexico and Yale University have some intriguing similarities, Biemiller, Lawrence , The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 1, Volume 55, Number 34, p.14-16, (2009)
At Yale, an Unlikely Champion for 'the Building That Won't Go Away', Biemiller, Lawrence , Chronicle of Higher Education, Volume 54, Number 39, p.19, (2008)
Ground Breaking for the New Arts Building Saturday, Bissinger, Frederick L. , Yale Daily News, December 7, Volume 83, p.1, (1961)
First House: The Grid, the Figure and the Void, Bjone, Christian , Chichester, West Sussex, (2002)
Interdenominational Chapel, Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Alabama, 1960-1969: Boston Government Service Center, Boston, Massachusetts, 1962-1971, Black, Carl, Futagawa Yukio, and Rudolph, Paul Marvin 1918-1997 , Global Architecture, Volume 20, Tokyo, (1973)
A Vision of Human Space: Paul Rudolph: Boston State Service Center, Black, Carl John , Architectural Record, July, Volume 154, p.105-116, (1973)
Form Follows Fiasco: Why Modern Architecture Hasn't Worked, Blake, Peter, 1920-2006 , Boston, (1977)
Paul Rudolph. (Forum: People), Blake, Peter, 1920-2006 , Interior Design, December, Volume 64, p.23, (1993)