Paul Rudolph, Yale Art and Architecture building, 1959
Paul Rudolph, Yale Art and Architecture building, 1959
Paul Rudolph, Bond Centre, Hong Kong, 1984 - 1988
Paul Rudolph, Bond Centre, Hong Kong, 1984 - 1988
Paul Rudolph, Temple Street Garage, New Haven, 1959 - 1963
Paul Rudolph, Temple Street Garage, New Haven, 1959 - 1963
Paul Rudolph, The Concourse tower, Singapore, completed 1994
Paul Rudolph, The Concourse tower, Singapore, completed 1994

Work of famous American architect Paul Rudolph (1918 - 1997) is known all around the world. One of the most prominent representative of architectural brutalism was great draftsman, too. All his visionary projects exist both, in reality, as well as in his rarely precise drawings and plans, which have the autonomous visual qualities.

Today we present here the selection of some Rudolph`s drawing of his public architectural projects. The selection includes his famous Art and Architecture Building for Yale university, which is considered to be one of the most important examples of early brutalism or his later designs of spectacular skyscrapers for Singapore and Hong Kong. All his work is characterized by use of rough concrete and smart shapes. On the other hand, his drawings are very puristic, precise, smooth and really realistic.

Check in some of next posts the other Rudolph`s drawings. This time in the field of his excellent residential projects.