Rudolph, Paul (Marvin)(1918– ) architect; born in Elkton, Ky. A late modernist, he established a New York-based international practice specializing in large projects (1965); irregular textured surfaces and dramatic interior spaces characterize his designs.
Studied with Walter Gropius at Harvard. He was the chairman of Architecture at Yale University and designed the monumental Art and Architecture Building at New Haven, CT (1958–1965), which was typical of his Brutalist architecture. Other works include the Government Center, Boston, MA (1962), and other college structures. Most of his later work was done in Indonesia.