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Burroughs Wellcome headquarters, North Carolina, USA
Dates built: 1969; 1980
The Burroughs Wellcome Fund (BWF) is a private, independent biomedical research foundation based in Research Triangle Park.
In 1969 pharmaceuticals giant Burroughs-Wellcome commissioned Paul Rudolph to design its headquarters in Research Triangle Park, NC, an area between Raleigh and Durham dominated by high-tech corporate research facilities.
The building was expanded by Rudolph in the 1980s and a covenant prevented unauthorized changes during his lifetime. After a series of mergers, Burroughs became GlaxoSmithKline, which sold the 700,000 square foot facility.
The new owners, United Therapeutics, describe themselves as admirers of Paul Rudolph and plan to retain what they consider ‘historically important’ parts of the complex and demolish others, presumably the 1980s expansion.
BWF was founded in 1955 as the corporate foundation of the Burroughs Wellcome Co., the U.S. branch of the Wellcome pharmaceutical enterprise, based in the United Kingdom. In 1993, a $400 million gift from the Wellcome Trust enabled BWF to become fully independent from the company, which was acquired by Glaxo in 1995 and is now known as GlaxoSmithKline.
BWF is one of the most significant funders of biomedical research. Its overall goal is to help scientists early in their careers develop as independent investigators, and to advance fields in the basic medical sciences that are undervalued or in need of particular encouragement.
Riverview High School, Sarasota, Florida, USA
Dates built: 1957-58
was under threat for demolition in (early) 2007
Riverview High School – redevelopment, Sarasota, Florida
Date built: 2007-
Architecture Competition: Shortlist of 5 incl. RMJM Hillier and John McAslan & Partners
Riverview High School is a four-year comprehensive public high school in Sarasota, Florida, United States. Riverview educates students from ninth grade to twelfth grade. The school has 2,654 students and 161 teachers. The school’s mascot is the ram. As of the 2012-2013 school year, it is the largest school in the county.
Notable programs at the school include the International Baccalaureate Program, a rigorous regimen that prepares its candidates on an international rubric and prepares them for further education; a Chamber Choir that has performed in Europe and New York’s Carnegie Hall; and the Riverview High School Kiltie Band, a group of about 220 musicians that has marched three times in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade and has traveled to perform in Ireland, California, and many other places.
The Rudolph building, 1958-2009
Riverview’s old main building opened in 1958, and included a planetarium. The main building was designed by noted International Style architect Paul Rudolph, dean of the Yale School of Architecture. While Rudolph was later associated with the architectural style Brutalism, Riverview was in the International Style. It was one of the best-known structures associated with the Sarasota School of Architecture, sometimes referred to as Sarasota Modern.
Yale Arts Complex – Paul Rudolph Hall at Yale University, USA
Date built: –
photo : Peter Aaron
Paul Rudolph Hall
The 114,000 square foot building, constructed of cast-in-place concrete in the Brutalist style, was formerly known as the Art and Architecture Building.
It was designed by then chair of the Department of Architecture, Paul Rudolph and completed in 1963.
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