Louis I Kahn

Khan, Louis I
Publisher: Phaidon
Binding: Hardback
Language: English
Pages: 512
Measurements: 21.00 x 24.50 cm

An in-depth and scholarly monograph on the mid-20th century architect.

Louis I Kahn (1901-74) is one of the most influential architects of the mid-20th century, whose work marked a significant move away from International Modernism towards a monumental and expressive style
In-depth and scholarly monograph providing the definitive account of the life and works of Louis I Kahn
Includes major buildings such as the Kimbell Art Museum, the Yale Art Gallery and the Salk Institute, as well as the National Assembly Building, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Fully illustrated with photographs that convey the spirit and spatial qualities of Kahn’s buildings, as well as concept development portfolios with drawings and plans that reveal the inspiration and development behind each project
Contains a new comprehensive list of projects compiled by William Whitaker of the Louis I Kahn Collection at the University of Pennsylvania Archives, listing over 231 projects, at least 30 previously unattributed
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