LOUIS I. KAHN 1901 - 1974
Louis Kahn's architecture and philosophy had a major impact on the redevelopment of modern design. His concept of 'silence and light', 'servant and served space', plus his affinity for geometrical systems of organisation, were the determinants of the main characteristics of his work.
A selection of his buildings is shown here in chronological order of their completion.
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