AJ Writing Prize Shortlist: Restoration of the Yale Art and Architecture Building by Dale Suttle
November 9, 1963 was to be a joyous affair at the new Art and Architecture School at Yale. The star Dean of the school, Paul Rudolph had just completed a trendsetting new building. Two thousand people gathered at the school for dinner, tours and a presentation by the British architectural critic Nicolas Pevsner
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