The Velocity of Space: Paul Rudolph’s Tuskegee Chapel

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The movement of space has velocity, for space flows much in the manner of water from one volume to another. Especially important are the “connections” between one spatial volume to another.

Paul Rudolph, “Enigmas of Architecture,” A+U Architecture and Urbanism (1977), pp 317-20.

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