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This review presents an interesting assessment of Rudolph and his achievement in built architecture. That an architect of brilliance may be hard to categorize does not mean that critics should not attempt to find the best arguments for his work. Some architects, and I think Rudolph should be included among them, are so original and individual in their making of architectural form, that it hardly matters what style or school or rationale of these they belong to. This may appear difficult to defend or rationalize, but in the case of Rudolph, this is how I think it should be.