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11 June, 2008
By Richard Waite
4 July 2008Richard Waite
John McAslan has urged the state governor of Florida to intervene in a final bid to save Paul Rudolph’s seminal 1958 Riverview High School in Sarasota from demolition.
27 May 2009Christopher Sell
John McAslan has issued a plea to the board of Riverview High School, Sarasota, Florida not to demolish Paul Rudolph’s iconic building this summer
21 June 2007MT
A new international design competition is the 'one chance' left to save the Riverview School in Sarasota, Florida - one of Paul Rudolph's most high-profile buildings - it has been claimed.
19 September 2007MT
Five architect-led teams have been shortlisted to draw up plans to save Paul Rudolph's Riverview High School in Sarasota, Florida.
26 November 2007Richard Waite
John McAslan has won the competition to save Paul Rudolph's Riverview High School in Sarasota, Florida – a contest he helped to set up.
15 January 2007RV
A home designed by leading American Modernist Paul Rudolph has been knocked down, despite huge public opposition and a last-minute fight from the Connecticut state attorney general.
20 July 2007RV
The competition to save Paul Rudolph's iconic Riverview High School in Florida has been launched this week, after campaigners won a year's reprieve for the building.
8 March 2007RV
Another Paul Rudolph building could face the wrecking ball, with a tower in Boston, USA, set to make way for an 80-storey tower designed by Renzo Piano.
3 August 2007
Paul Rudolph's first-ever building, a private house built with Ralph Twitchell on the Florida coastline, has been saved from the threat of flooding by being taken apart and rebuilt 30km away.
24 May 2007RV
In a rare stroke of luck, a Paul Rudolph house has avoided the fate of many of his other buildings, and has been spared the wrecking ball.
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