A Tale of Two Buildings

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Chronicle of Higher Education
May 01, 2009

A Tale of Two Buildings
Forty-five years and 2,000 miles separate Paul Rudolph’s architecture-school building for Yale University and Antoine Predock’s for the University of New Mexico. So do advances in construction techniques, the advent of sustainability as a design imperative, and stylistic shifts that have taken architecture from Modernism to postmodernism and then to the age of Frank Gehry, Rem Koolhaas, and Zaha Hadid.

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