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Rudolph Hall -New Haven, Connecticut

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Rudolph Hall Rudolph Hall Bush Hammered Concrete

Art and Architecture building 4th and 5th floor studios, 1963

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Building Name: Rudolph Hall
Location: New Haven, Connecticut
Architect: Paul Rudolph, Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects
Structural Engineer: Severud Associates Consulting Engineers
Construction: Turner Construction Co.
Completion: 1963 (Initial), 2008 (Renovations)

AE Interests: Early example of brutalist architecture in the US, uses cast in place bush hammered concrete, LEED Gold certified

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Written by Eric Polson

November 5, 2018 at 1:08 pm

Posted in Built

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