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A Study on the Characteristics of Paul Rudolph`s Florida house
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Characteristics of Paul Rudolph`s Florida house
Choi, Sung-woo;
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 Abstract
Paul Rudolph`s early work in Florida after World War II is a significant example of the regional transformation of typical Modern Architecture through the spatial composition based on the diversity and use of local material and construction methods. Paul Rudolph`s concept of a Florida House design is the expression of regional material, construction, and structural system through the spatial extension & connection based on periodical, regional characteristics. The characteristics of the Florida works is the spatial extension & connection design based on the wood structural framework through the various design factors, such as a screen roof, open roof, and internal patio as the spatial extension and link method. Paul Rudolf designed the house using local materials, such as cypress wood and lime block produced near the Florida Area and provided details & technology considering the Florida climate and construction environment. Through studies of Paul Rudolph`s Florida works, the Florida Houses can be a prototype of localization, and can be presented as the spatial & technical transformation of design by the historical, cultural, regional background.
 Keywords
Florida House;Local materials;Regional transformation;Paul Rudolph;Spatial extension;Structural frame work;
 Language
Korean
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