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March 7, 2016
Anton Grassl photographs Rudolph projects in Sarasota

On a recent trip to Florida, Anton photographed three Paul Rudolph projects for the Sarasota Architectural Foundation. The SAF created a replica of the Walker Guest House (shown above) at the Ringling Museum which Anton documented. He also shot the newly renovated Sarasota High School and the beautifully restored Umbrella House.

These brand new images are now being processed and we’ll past links to the final files shortly. In the meantime, take a look at Anton’s portfolio.

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