The article went on to say:
Aside from his built works, Paul Rudolph was also a master renderer known for his dynamic graphic presentations drawn with incredible precision...from the building elements to the texture of the materials realistically amplified with light and shadows. His trademark presentation technique involves a black-and-white rendering of a building's cross-section which is drawn to a large scale on a single-point perspective. Such accuracy enabled him to illustrate and investigate the realities of his buildings and their spaces...
|Niagara Falls Library - Niagara Falls, NY|
|Callahan Residence - Birmingham, Alabama|
|Lower Manhattan Expressway (LoMEx) - New York, NY|
|LoMEx - New York, NY|
|Beekman Place penthouse - New York, NY|