Bernard Rudofsky was an Austrian-born architect and author, who lived in Italy, Brazil, the USA, Japan, the UK and also in Spain. He was born in 1905 and died in 1988.
He produced modern buildings in the thirties and in the forties. He also produced provocative exhibitions in Europe and in the USA, e.g. in the MoMa, in 1964, ‘Architecture without Architects’.
His way of thinking about the people has caught my attention. I’ve loved these drawings!
If you want to know more about him, I recommend you this book:
“Bernard Rudofsky: a humane designer”. Andrea Bocco Guarneri. Wien, Springer, cop. 2003.