was one of the leading architects in America in the 1950s and 60s.
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"I feel the Le Corbusier's Villa Savoie [Poissy, France, 1929] demonstrated the sense of continuity of space, the unfolding space,...Read More
"I have been influenced by the fact that people perceive the first six stories (or 120 feet) of a high-rise...Read More
"I always see the site. Of course I went there. I did an interesting thing, at their suggestion, as a...Read More
Charles Gwathmey on his renovation and addition to the Art and Architecture Building, Yale University
"It was very complimentary for me to have been asked to do this because I loved Paul and because of...Read More
"As an architect, most of my efforts are absorbed in being an administrator, committee man, business man, and consultant—and, by...Read More
"The Colgate Theater has some of the features of an Elizabethan theater: four side stages (two levels on each side)...Read More
"You go back to age-old principles. I think there are definite and definable theories on how to relate volume to...Read More
"It was during that time [mid 1960s] that Rudolph was offered a job doing the East Pakistan Agricultural University in...Read More
"I've never worked on a building that affected me as much as that one does. I'd like to think that,...Read More