The public asked to help save this Paul Rudolph shelter in Sarasota, Florida

Architecture, East, Preservation
Thursday, March 26, 2015
(Courtesy Sarasota Architectural Foundation)

(Courtesy Sarasota Architectural Foundation)


Why is Paul Rudolph—like much of Brutalism—so unloved by officialdom? His Orange County Government in Goshen, New York has been under threat of demolition by local government for several years. Now an elegant canopy the architect designed and built in 196o for Sarasota High School in Florida may also end up in a local landfill.

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Another Rudolph in Danger.  The Sarasota High School by Paul Rudolph. (Courtesy Design Observor) While Paul Rudolph aficionados are in a holding pattern until Thursday, awaiting news from Goshen about whether the Orange County Government Center will be torn down, Design Observer‘s Mark Lamster has put another endangered Rudolph onto their radar. The Sarasota school board in Florida is considering a renovation of Sarasota High School that would enclose its stepped entryway and canopy. Lamster warns that the alteration “would utterly compromise the Rudolph’s vision and the work itself.”


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