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November 29, 2018 - March 9, 2019

On the occasion of Paul Rudolph’s Centennial, The Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation and The Center for Architecture are pleased to present Paul Rudolph: The Hong Kong Journey, an exhibition of previously unseen drawings, sketches and renderings highlighting a fascinating chapter in the architect’s dynamic and productive architectural career.

“This is because we must use architecture, and the conditions of that use are constantly modified by matters both physical and spiritual. It may be the weather, the time of the year, our own particular time of life; our personal activities; our mood; the economic, political or philosophical twists and turns of fate; but, most importantly, it will be modified by our particular reading, and re-reading, of history.”

-The DNA of Architecture, 1974

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

Paul Rudolph “Bond Centre” 1984. Photographer unknown. Courtesy of The Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation

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Paul Rudolph “Bond Centre” 1984. Photographer unknown. Courtesy of The Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation

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November 29, 2018 - March 9, 2019

On the occasion of Paul Rudolph’s Centennial, The Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation and The Center for Architecture are pleased to present Paul Rudolph: The Hong Kong Journey, an exhibition of previously unseen drawings, sketches and renderings highlighting a fascinating chapter in the architect’s dynamic and productive architectural career.

“This is because we must use architecture, and the conditions of that use are constantly modified by matters both physical and spiritual. It may be the weather, the time of the year, our own particular time of life; our personal activities; our mood; the economic, political or philosophical twists and turns of fate; but, most importantly, it will be modified by our particular reading, and re-reading, of history.”

-The DNA of Architecture, 1974

  • 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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