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Weekend edition: Zaha's friends fight back, the price of Paul Rudolph, and more

The Cocoon House in Sarasota, Florida, designed by Paul Rudolph (Bryan Soderlind)

Missed some of this week’s architecture news, or our tweets and Facebook posts from the last few days? Don’t sweat it—we’ve gathered the week’s must-read stories right here. Enjoy!

Portrait of Zaha Hadid

(Steve Double/Courtesy Zaha Hadid Architects)

Zaha Hadid’s friends and colleagues pen open letter against Patrik Schumacher

A group of close friends, fellow and former students, and employees of Zaha Hadid are protesting Patrik Schumacher’s treatment of her estate.

Photograph of the Umbrella House by Paul Rudolph

The Umbrella House, one of Paul Rudolph’s seminal projects in Sarasota, Florida (Anton Grassl Esto)

At Sarasota Modernism Weekend, Paul Rudolph dazzles—for a price

Sarasota Modernism Weekend gives visitors the chance to experience Paul Rudolph’s seminal work, but the pricetag keeps it out of reach of many.

(Melissa J. Frost)

Listen to your favorite architect’s band on this designer mixtape

Readers may know Michael Meredith and Florian Idenburg from their work in their day jobs, but by night these architects let the music play.

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