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Paul Rudolph - NCMH Modernist Masters Gallery

Registry of Projects — Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation

Most of us spend at least 30-45 minutes or so every week at a grocery store - the same grocery store, typically - meaning we spend more time there than almost anywhere that's not work or home. That's why old photos of grocery stores spark such intense nostalgia: seeing how grocery st...

30 Vintage Photos Of Grocery Stores That Are Beyond Fascinating

Most of us spend at least minutes or so every week at a grocery store - the same grocery store, typically - meaning we spend more time there than alm.

Paul Rudolph /// Philip Hiss Residence (The Umbrella House) /// Lido Shore, Sarasota, Florida, USA /// 1954 | by of Houses

Paul Rudolph /// Philip Hiss Residence (The Umbrella House) /// Lido Shore, Sarasota, Florida, USA /// 1954

Sanderling Beach Club designed by Paul Rudolph 1953, Siesta Key, Sarasota, FL

Sanderling Beach Club designed by Paul Rudolph Siesta Key, Sarasota, FL

Healy Guest House (Cocoon House) 1950, designed by Ralph Twitchell and Paul Rudolph

Healy Guest House (Cocoon House) designed by Ralph Twitchell and Paul Rudolph

Leavengood House | Architects: Paul Rudolph & Ralph Twitchell | St. Petersburg, FL | Photos: Ezra Stoller

Modern architecture isn't as new as people think. notice the car Leavengood House, Ralph Twitchell & Paul Rudolph. Photo by Ezra Stoller

Paul Rudolph - NCMH Modernist Masters Gallery 1955 - The David and Elene Cohen Residence, 101 Garden Lane, Siesta Key, Sarasota FL. Commissioned 1952. Built by Harold Pickett of Monostructure. Featured in Architectural Record May 1956, Progessive Architecture January 1955, Arts+Architecture September 1954. Sold in 2004 to famed Modernist realtor Martie Lieberman. Restored in 2006 by Seibert Architects with assistance from Bert Brosmith FAIA, manager of Rudolph’s office in 1955 during the…

Paul Rudolph - NCMH Modernist Masters Gallery 1955 - The David and Elene Cohen Residence, 101 Garden Lane, Siesta Key, Sarasota FL. Commissioned 1952. Built by Harold Pickett of Monostructure. Featured in Architectural Record May 1956, Progessive Architecture January 1955, Arts+Architecture September 1954. Sold in 2004 to famed Modernist realtor Martie Lieberman. Restored in 2006 by Seibert Architects with assistance from Bert Brosmith FAIA, manager of Rudolph’s office in 1955 during the…

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