Humanizing the Brutalist Interior: The Renovation of Paul Rudolph's Claire T. Carney Library at UMass Dartmouth

Kelly Haigh, Ben Youtz
Members of the team that worked on the renovation of the Claire T. Carney Library, designed by Paul Rudolph and completed in 1972, share their design solutions for maintaining the integrity of the architecture and fostering an interior that is welcoming of its occupants. Discussions focus on interior attributes, human occupants, color, light and texture as approaches to humanize the massive concrete attributes that are notorious of Brutalist structures.
doi:10.7275/p5tf-b968 fatcat:fjkwrey3vng5rabnzbwivk6k6a