Professor Lydia Xynogala

While analyzing Paul Rudolph’s texts and teachings, I chose to study the elements of connections and texture that drew my interest during a site visit to the Yale architecture school. 
“Used space is for physical activities, unused or waste space is as important, because it nourishes the subconscious. Perhaps it is, paradoxically, the most important of all.”                                 
                      -Paul Rudolph ‘Enigmas of Architecture’, written in 1977
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