Wednesday, December 27, 2006

The Holes in the Paul Rudolph House Get Covered

[Read 'Modern,' our new blog about mid-century modern houses, here.]

Now that the rains have come and gone, a tarp has been spread over the openings in the Paul Rudolph house, in Westport. WestportNow has some details, and a commenter there takes it as a sign of the moral integrity of David Waldman, the developer who is in contract to buy the house and who wants to tear it down. That might be true or it might be that Waldman (assuming he is responsible for the tarp) did not want to piss off the judge at the hearing next week. More rain is forecast for the weekend, so it's better late than never for the tarp.

[For more on the issue, see The Destruction of Paul Rudolph's Micheels House in the right hand column.]



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