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The Restoration and Renovation of Yale Arts Complex

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Urbanism and Architecture
April 01, 2010

The Restoration and Renovation of Yale Arts Complex
Yale University’s Rudolph Building – formerly known as the Art and Architecture Building – was designed in 1963 by the modern master and then chair of the School of Architecture, Paul Rudolph. It is considered one of his most important works and was recently completely renovated and expanded, restoring the structure to its original 1963 intention and providing space for the History of Art department.

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