Architecture, Residential

Crawford Manor Housing For The Elderly / Paul Rudolph

Crawford Manor is a public housing community originally built as an elderly enclave in 1962. It was the first high-rise project for the elderly in New Haven and it is consider to be a Brutalist icon of the Late Modern Movement designed at the height of Paul Rudolph’s career. The building is a 15-story irregularly stacked tower of multiple residential…

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