SAF Lecture Series: Paul Rudolph

Thursday, January 10, 2013 (5:30 – 8pm)
Presented by Sarasota School of Architecture

Lecture about architect Paul Rudolph and the Sarasota School of Architecture presented by architect Gregory Hall, AIA, president of Hall Architects, PA.

Rudolph_Umbrella House_1953 The lecture will trace Rudolph’s career from his earliest works for local architect Ralph Twitchell to his departure from Sarasota to become the Chairman of the Department of Architecture at Yale University. During the span of only 12 years, Rudolph’s work evolved from being simple regional derivatives of European modern architectural archetype to become some of the most sophisticated examples of modern architecture constructed during the post-World War 2 period. Rudolph is widely considered to among the most influential architects of the 20th century.

5 – 5:30pm Check-in
5:30 – 7pm Presentation, Q&A
7 – 8pm Reception

Suggested Donation:
$10 SAF Members
$15 Non-Members
$5 Students with ID

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Sarasota Herald Tribune Community Room, 1714 Main Street Sarasota, FL 34236

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