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After moving to Sarasota, Florida in the 1940s, architect Paul Rudolph began specializing in the airy Bauhaus-on-the-beach homes that became a hallmark of the style now known as Sarasota Modern. Now, with news that Rudolph's most celebrated work, the Walker Guest House, will be reproduced as a flat-packed modular exhibit next year, Curbed National takes a look back at the architect's legacy, plenty of vintage photos included. [Curbed National]