Pictorial> An Artistic Tour of Rudolph’s Ill-Starred Government Center

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Thursday, March 8, 2012
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The Orange County Government Center by Paul Rudolph faces an uncertain future. (Courtesy Aracelis Diamantis).

The Orange County Government Center by Paul Rudolph faces an uncertain future. (Courtesy Aracelis Diamantis).

[This photo essay accompanies AN's recent article on the pending demise of Paul Rudolph's Orange County Government Center in New York. Read more here.]

The day before Orange County Executive Director Eddie Diana presented plans for replacing architect Paul Rudolph‘s Orange County Government Center, AN took a trip up to Goshen, New York with photographer Aracelis Diamantis to check out the scene. Diamantis ditched her SLR in favor of a Hipstimatic app on her iPhone. The effect gave the building a haunted-Brutalist-house quality and amplified the the architect’s multi-textured use of concrete.

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