A few weeks ago I published a rare capabilities brochure for Corchia de Harak Inc. In the meantime his wife, Carol de Harak, found a copy of a later version from 1983 when he became Rudolph de Harak & Associates. The work is exquisite. It made me realize the vast number of highly visible projects he worked on throughout the 1970s, especially as a pioneer of experience design. His exhibitions for the Met, Hudson River Museum, Eli Lilly and the inspiring Museum of the Printed Word at the New York Times Building (now long dismantled) were inspirations.