Bramlett Company Building, Miami, FL, 1956 Project Not Built


"Around a second-floor patio open to the sky the exhibition spaces of this hotel and restaurant kitchen-equipment manufacturer are organized so as to use the space for both exhibition and circulation. A free-standing, circular elevator, 'bridged' to the various levels, including a mezzanine, rises from the ground-floor store area. Plastic use of reinforced concrete was a prime design motivation."
"Current Work of Paul Rudolph." Architectural Record 121 (February 1957): 173.