Art & Architecture Building Concepts - Paul Rudolph
Six Concepts Of Rudolph’s Most Famous Work.
Accompanying Text Stated That The First Version Was Not Considered Suitable By Rudolph And All Subsequent Versions Emphasized The Street Corner And Employed A “Windmill- Plan.”
Pether Zumthor | Thermal baths, 1996 Vals
«Mountain, stone, water – building in the stone, building with stone, into the mountain, building out of the mountain, being inside the mountain – how can the implications and the sensuality in the association of these words be interpreted, architecturally? The whole concept was designed by following up these questions; so that it all took form step by step.»
Via Peter Zumthor Therme Vals, edition Scheidegger&Spiess, p. 57