Rethinking a Spurned Landmark

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As an architect, Gene Kaufman doesn’t typically save buildings; he designs them. But when he heard of plans to change Paul Rudolph’s celebrated but shuttered government building in Goshen, N.Y., as part of a renovation plan, he decided to step in. “To lose a building like this would be a tragedy,” said Mr. Kaufman, a partner at
Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman Architects in New York City. Read more on NYTIMES.
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