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Bernard Rudofsky (April 19, 1905 - March 12, 1988) was an Austrian American writer, architect, collector, teacher, designer, and social historian. His most notable work is Architecture Without Architects: A Short Introduction to Non-pedigreed Architecture, published in 1964. Ada Louise Huxtable called him “the master iconoclast of the modern movement."
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Austrian architect and author; practiced in Berlin, Naples, Milan, Sao Paulo, New York, and Vienna; died in Vienna.
Austrian, American
Architect, Author
Bernard Rudofsky, Bernhard Rudofski
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