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Please join us for a program for Paul Rudolph: The Hong Kong Journey.

Paul Rudolph considered an allowance for growth in his architecture and once said his buildings “took on a life of their own” after they were designed.  The Center for Architecture, in association with the Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation, present a panel speakers influenced by the richness of Paul Rudolph’s architectural legacy. The program will present stories by those who have had the the opportunity to adapt his work to present-day needs.

Kelvin Dickinson, President, Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation

Kate Wagner, Founder, McMansionHell
Eric Wolff, Owner, the Fullam Residence
John Wolstenholme, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, Wolstenholme Associates LLC
Andrew Bernheimer, FAIA, Principal, Bernheimer Architecture
Robert Miklos, FAIA, Founding Principal, designLAB architects
Ben Youtz, AIA, Partner designLAB architects
Kelly Haigh, AIA IIDA, Partner, designLAB architects

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Organized by
The Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation and the Center for Architecture
  • Funding for Paul Rudolph: The Hong Kong Journey and related programs was provided by The Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation.

  • This exhibition is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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