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Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Few know that behind a nondescript federal style facade in
Greenwich Village lies one of Paul Rudolph's last built projects. Designed in 1993, 42 West 11th Street is perhaps Rudolph’s final statement on the Single-family townhouse. Historic District regulations required Rudolph to maintain the existing street façade and work within the envelope of the original 1811 structure. The internal layout and garden became the primary means of intervention and the final design bears traces of both the Hirsch Residence and Rudolph's own Beekman Place penthouse. The house is unusual for the fact that many of the interior finishes were selected by the designer Cecil Hayes.
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