The most prolific and best known architect of the Sarasota School of Architecture, Paul Rudolph designed many of the movements most important buildings. His work in Sarasota ranged from residences to large public schools. After some time in Sarasota Paul Rudolph began to work on large projects all around the globe.
Notable Sarasota projects include, the Cocoon House, The Sanderling Club Cabanas and Clubhouse, Riverview High School and an Addition to Sarasota High School.
Paul Rudolph worked other pillars of modern architecture from the 40's and 50's including Ralph Twitchell.