This was one of the first monographs devoted solely to Rudolph's work. The author was a friend and supporter and most of her criticisms are sympathetic. The projects of the 1960's are particularly well analyzed and illustrated including a detailed discussion of SMTI / UMass Dartmouth.
What in your opinion, are three of some of the greatest works of modern architecture and why?
I feel the Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoie [Poissy, France, 1929] demonstrated the sense of continuity of space, the unfolding space, in an admirable way. It also stated eloquently Le Corbusier’s feeling about man’s relationship to nature, which has proved to be prophetic.