Louis Isadore Kahn

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United States architect (born in Estonia) (1901-1974)

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In "The Subversive Utopia: Louis Kahn and the Question of the National Jewish Style in Jerusalem", Professor Sakr draws upon his years of experience and expertise to present a landmark study of exceptionally informed and seminal scholarship that is very highly recommended for professional and academic library Architectural Studies reference collections in general, and the history of Jerusalem architecture supplemental studies reading lists in particular.
Asi como se apoyo en el reconocimiento de la historia y las formas poderosas de Louis Kahn cuando trabajo en el proyecto del Palacio de Congresos del Lido veneciano.
Forty years after his death, architect Louis Kahn has won a nomination for New York's Four Freedoms Park which was finally completed at the end of 2012.
By the end of the 1960s, no respectable college campus was without an austere, hulking concrete art center or library, and cities looking to reshape their decaying urban centers tore through entire neighborhoods to make way for Brutalist architects like Louis Kahn, Marcel Breuer and Le Corbusier's utopian visions of tomorrow.
Common to all is the thesis expressed through a quote from Louis Kahn in the book's introduction: "All spaces need natural light.
De esta forma, podemos entender que el arquitecto es el carpintero o fabricante del edificio, y por esta razon, vale destacar algunas afirmaciones que Louis kahn solia hacer:
Perhaps it's not surprising that Hicks was a student of the great colorist Josef Albers, who instructed her in the mid- to late 1950s while teaching at Yale University, as well as of art historian George Kubler and the architect Louis Kahn.
A sampling: the dark side of Bauhaus, the Gnostic dimension of abstraction in modern architecture, the spiritual basis of creativity, Louis Kahn and the language of God, and Jewish space 1978-present, among other topics.
In the classical Louis Kahn sense of serving and served spaces, the existing part of the project houses the bedrooms etc, whereas the addition is one big space on multiple levels floating into the garden.
Kenneth John Russo (Clemson University), 78, not only studied under renowned architect Louis Kahn while at University of Pennsylvania but also earned the first master's degree in architecture awarded at Clemson University.
The park is being designed by Louis Kahn for the south point of the island.
La estructura general que constituye el punto de partida para el desarrollo del proyecto, fue sugerida por el arquitecto norteamericano Louis Kahn, quien define y hace la distincion entre las nociones de Orden, Forma y Diseno.
He likens his method to that of famed architect Louis Kahn in taking the dreams and aspirations of a client and making them into a tangible thing "so that the experience creates magical feelings and memories.
Nathaniel Coleman focuses on three twentieth-century attempts (by Le Corbusier, Louis Kahn, and Aldo van Eyck) to achieve these utopian ends.
In its monolithic facade, one can see the influence of Abbott's former Yale professor Louis Kahn, but his tutelage under Paul Rudolph shows in the glass facades facing the bayside.