Louis I. Kahn: in the realm of architecture

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Museum of Contemporary Art, 1991 - Architecture - 448 pages
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This remains one of the most important scholarly and illustrative examinations of Kahn's life work and his philosophy of architecture. Photographs and descriptive analysis are followed by a biographical chronology of the architect's life and a complete list of his buildings and projects from 1925 to 1974. The primary texts critically address different dimensions and periods of Kahn's production.

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Contents

Foreword and Acknowledgments
7
Adventures of Unexplored Places
20
The Mind Opens to Realizations
50
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About the author (1991)

David B. Brownlee is professor of the history of art, University of Pennsylvania.

David G. De Long is professor of architecture, University of Pennsylvania.

Vincent Scully is Sterling Professor emeritus of the history of art at Yale University.

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