Paul Rudolph's Living Room

For an article in last week's NY Magazine Zack McKown of Tsao & McKown Architects selected Paul Rudolph's living room as his favorite 'room of all time.'  The legendary Beekman Place abode is often remembered for its remarkable definition of space with planes and structural elements that seem to float in the air.

Zack says, "And though the design looks so new, it really fits into the older building" (that Paul Rudolph renovated.) Although the interior is not publicly accessible go see the exterior at 24 Beekman Place on Manhattan's east side. Take a stroll on the East 51st Street Pedestrian crossing or visit the park for a rear view of the townhouse. It's worth the walk!

New York Magazine       TsOA & McKOWN

NY Magazine photo: Peter Aaron 

Posted 05/01/2015 Julien Aleksandres