Temple Street Parking Garage

Paul Rudolph
1962




The huge proportions--of a mere parking garage--and bold scale, like that of a freeway, dominate this urban street.

 
The balustrade (about 800 feet long) is punctuated at the double columns. One is reminded of the Roman aqueducts by the boldness of this poured-in-place concrete structure.



Other Rudolph buildings on this site include: Art and Architecture Building, Yale, Jewett Art Center, Wellesley College, and State Health, Education and Welfare Services Center.



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