Gene Kaufman has designed over $1B of hotels in New York City. In 2011, his firm Gene Kaufman Architect joined forces with the esteemed Modernist architecture firm Gwathmey Siegel; the result is Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman & Associates Architects. Gene talks about his attempt to save a building you can’t check into for the night, the Goshen government complex designed by Paul Rudolph.
Joe King is an architect and contractor practicing in Bradenton FL. With Christopher Domin, he is co-author of the book Rudolph: The Florida Houses. He has owned several Rudolph houses and is re-creating Rudolph's famous Walker Guest House for a national tour.
Noah Goldstein, the ark-itect! Why you don't want to see Joe King coming down the driveway with a crowbar! And those damned hotel air conditioners that blow the curtains up!
Sarah Susanka is an internationally-known architect and author of the best-selling "Not So Big" series of books, which kicked off with The Not So Big House in 1997. Over the years, she has been featured on Oprah, Charlie Rose, and many architecture and design publications. She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Monique Lombardelli is a San Francisco filmmaker, CEO, Realtor, and developer. She produced three documentary films, including Little Boxes and People in Glass Houses: The Legacy of Joseph Eichler. From her work on Eichler's much-loved homes in California, long out of production, she revived the brand and is launching them nationally.
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