Day 1: UMass Dartmouth

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Location

UMass Dartmouth

Event Website

www.umassbrut.org

Start Date

22-10-2021 2:30 PM

End Date

22-10-2021 3:40 PM

Abstract

This talk covers the process behind the design of the fabric and textiles that were added to UMass Dartmouth's iconic Claire T. Carney Library during a $48 million dollar renovation of the Paul Rudolph building, completed in 2012. Interior Designer, Leslie Saul, describes how she drew inspiration from both UMass Dartmouth's genesis as a textile college and Rudolph’s original color palette to create eye-catching interior furniture and carpets in order to humanize this particular Brutalist interior.

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Oct 22nd, 2:30 PM Oct 22nd, 3:40 PM

Humanizing the Brutalist Interior: Inspiration. Collaboration. Transformation

UMass Dartmouth

This talk covers the process behind the design of the fabric and textiles that were added to UMass Dartmouth's iconic Claire T. Carney Library during a $48 million dollar renovation of the Paul Rudolph building, completed in 2012. Interior Designer, Leslie Saul, describes how she drew inspiration from both UMass Dartmouth's genesis as a textile college and Rudolph’s original color palette to create eye-catching interior furniture and carpets in order to humanize this particular Brutalist interior.

https://scholarworks.umass.edu/umassbrut_community/2021symposium/day_1/9

 

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