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The Great Livestock Pavilion Complete: A Magnificent Space with Some Confusion and Inconsistency of Detail


TitleThe Great Livestock Pavilion Complete: A Magnificent Space with Some Confusion and Inconsistency of Detail
Publication TypeMagazine Article
Year of Publication1954
AuthorsRudolph, Paul Marvin, 1918-1997
Secondary TitleArchitectural Forum
Volume100
Pagination130-134
Date PublishedApril
Publication Languageeng
Keywords1918-1997, Marvin, Paul, Rudolph, Writings
Abstract

This article is Rudolph's criticism of the Raleigh, North Carolina, Cattle Judging Pavilion by Matthew Nowicki. See also the following article: Boyd, Robin. "These Critical Times." Journal of Architectural Education 12 (Summer 1957): 33-36. In the Boyd article, the author contemplates the state of criticism as it appears in the architectural literature. Rudolph was a tough critic (see his criticism of the UN Building) which in the early 1950s was rare. Boyd cites Rudolph's published criticism of the Cattle Judging Pavilion in North Carolina as an example of a when an editor can write a "mitigatory introduction" to a critics opinions.

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