Changing Skyline: A posthumous New York project preserves architect Louis Kahn's legacy

Posted on Wednesday, Oct 17, 2012
NEW YORK - The late Philadelphia architect Louis I. Kahn wasn't the type to turn out quickie, throwaway designs. Maybe that explains why so few of his projects were built. He spent his career trying to conjure up structures with the universal quality of a Greek temple, that spoke across generations, that were capable of lasting an eternity.
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