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Paul Rudolph The DNA Of Architecture
Ray Kappe introduces Paul Rudolph, who discusses his six principles of architecture: site, space, scale, structure, function, and...

Paul Rudolph The DNA Of Architecture

September 2, 1995 | Video Lecturer:
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Ray Kappe introduces Paul Rudolph, who discusses his six principles of architecture: site, space, scale, structure, function, and spirit. In addition to his own work, Rudolph cites historical examples including canonical and vernacular projects to illustrate the elements of architecture he finds most vital to the discipline. He also touches on architectural education and advises young architects to work on what they can build tomorrow while constantly moving forward the project they would wish to build tomorrow.

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Ray Kappe introduces Paul Rudolph, discussing Rudolph's break onto the post WWII architecture scene and his influence on Kappe...
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Rudolph describes architecture as used space that accommodates the human spirit. He sees characteristics such as forms,...
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Rudolph stresses the importance of both structure and scale. Rudolph's primary interest in structure is in the generation of...
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