Between silence and light: spirit in the architecture of Louis I. Kahn

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Shambhala, Jul 12, 1979 - Architecture - 120 pages
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User Review  - DavidGerstel - LibraryThing

A short exposition of Kahn's approach to capturing and excluding light in order to enhance our experience of built form and space. Yes, like so much of architectural writing it is a bit high falutin' at times, but it's illuminating, too. Read full review

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Preface
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Louis Kahns Words
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