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Endo Pharmaceutical Laboratories, Stewart Avenue, Garden City, Long Island, New York, 1960-1964, 1967


Stewart Avenue, Garden City, Long Island, New York.

"The building is divided into the three major blocks common to many industrial complexes: production, administration, and research. Quite conventionally, the production functions occupy an enclosure of no distinctive form, while the ancillary functions have well-articulated forms. Rudolph has reconsidered the relationship of these blocks (taking the limited area of the site into account) and arranged them in a new way. Instead of placing the ancillary elements in front of the larger production block, he has placed them on top - arranging them on the landscaped rooftop like the village on a plateau."
Dixon, John Morris. "Fortress for Pharmaceuticals." Progressive Architecture 45 (November 1964): 168, 170.

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