American Masters

How Eero Saarinen Imagined the Ingalls Rink at Yale

Clip: 12/27/2016 | 1m 53s | Video has closed captioning.

In a time of modernist architecture, Eero Saarinen broke the mold by creating emotionally compelling buildings. When designing the Ingalls Rink for Yale's hockey team, Saarinen used suspended cables to create a fluid-looking roof and a truly unique space.

Aired: 12/27/16

Rating: NR

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