IBM Buildings, East Fishkill, NY, 1962-1966

"Paul Rudolph's IBM building at East Fishkill, New York was conceived as a factory, laboratory, and headquarters for the Components Division (which no longer exists as such) - all in the same package. One of its most expensive features, a mechanical floor sandwiched between the two occupied floors (except where all three are used as offices) was a requirement of the client. In a last-minute effort at economy, the concrete sunshades were removed, leaving their stubs as reminders of a silhouette that might have been." Dixon, John Morris. "IBM Thinks Twice." Architectural Forum 124 (March 1966): 37.