Visual Arts

Tiny house on Sanibel Island stands as a simple symbol of a hopeful era

Architect Paul Rudolph’s name has been much in the news lately as some of his iconic buildings have been demolished or are under the threat of future demolition. His early beach houses are cherished as examples of minimal constructs that foreshadowed green design but are often considered too small for wealthy new owners who expect a grandeur of scale.


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