Bass Residence, without a doubt the most ambitious project of a residential building ever designed by Paul Rudolph. The house was built in 1970 at the request of Anne and Sid Bass (Anne and Sid Bass). The unusual architecture of the house creates the illusion that the house consists of a series of “levitating” volumes and planes. Because of the horizontal consoles, white steel and glass, some compare this project with Fallingwater Frank Lloyd Wright and Farnsworth House Mies van der Rohe. Formally, the house has four storeys, but it actually is a set of internal spaces in 12 levels. Information: Paul Rudolph (Paul Rudolph) – American architect. Tends to the monumental size, the weight of buildings, to the complexity of the composition, volume and spatial cells, the sharp contrasts of materials, textures and colors. Information about Paul Rudolph on Arhi.ru.