Louis I. Kahn: Writings, Lectures, Interviews

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Rizzoli International Publications, 1991 - Architecture - 352 pages
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A collection of the eminent architect's writings from some of the most prestigious architectural publications of the last 50 years. Many of the essays are classics in architectural literature, among them "Order is," "Form and being," "Poetics," and "Silence and light," along with excerpts from CIAM in Otterlo, the World Design Conference, and The Sixties: A P/A Symposium on the State of Architecture. One of the three volumes published to coincide with a major retrospective exhibit scheduled to open Oct. 1991 and travel for three years. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Kahn may be remembered as the greatest American architect after Wright; although he was not particularly prolific, his highly individual buildings have won him a well-justified reputation both in the ... Read full review

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