catch up on claass HAUS
It's Friday, and I'm on vacation.
But if you still need your claass HAUS fix, here's a midMOD monday from the blog's early days (aka March) on architect Paul Rudolph. Rudolph (as you can imagine a claass HAUS favorite) is enjoying a bit of a comeback these days (even though his buildings remain a bit misunderstood). Anyway, his Florida architecture makes for good weekend eye candy, so enjoy all of the glass and palm trees.
I'll be back on Monday with something good, I promise.
Image at top: Rudolph, Paul, Architect, and Philip Hiss. [Umbrella House Hiss residence, Lido Shores, Florida. Exterior]. , 1953. Photograph. Courtesy of the Library of Congress, 2005687687.
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