Rudolph Hall, designed by architect Paul Rudolph, is located at Yale University (New Haven, Connecticut). The building is also known as the Yale Art and Architecture Building. The building is one of the earliest and best known examples of Brutalist architecture in the United States. The building was completed in 1963, and the complex contains over thirty-floor levels in its seven stories. The building is made of ribbed, bush-hammered concrete. Personally, I think the outside of the building looks like a prison. I am glad that at least the building incorporates lots of windows. One upside, the building is very student friendly. There are sofas scatter even in the balconies of the building.