Bennett Residence, Bradenton, FL, 1949-1951 (with Ralph Twitchell)


"A family home designed to exacting programmatic requirements, the Bennett Residence follows the typical Twitchell and Rudolph house type, built at ground level and open to the landscape to create an open and inviting home while, in this case, accommodating the needs of wheelchair accessibility. Walls of glass in the living room open to the view of the street on one side and a private garden courtyard on the other."
Domin, Christopher, and Joseph King. Paul Rudolph:The Florida Houses. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2002. p. 95.