Louis Isadore Kahn

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Noun1.Louis Isadore Kahn - United States architect (born in Estonia) (1901-1974)
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Two great Modernists he worked with as a young architect in the 1950s inspired him strongly: Louis Kahn and Le Corbusier.
Waterside Plaza, the 1,470-apartment complex built along the East River inspired by the stark geometric work of Louis Kahn, where visitors will be able to visit an apartment and view historic construction photos;
I would have been more intimidated by this commission had I not previously renovated a Louis Kahn synagogue.
This six-storey brown brick building next to the Plough and Harrow, built in 1966, is a distinguished work of architecture, which shows the influence of the great American architect Louis Kahn.
Synopsis: "The Subversive Utopia: Louis Kahn and the Question of the National Jewish Style in Jerusalem" examines the critical role of modern architects in shaping and transforming national Israeli memory with special regard to Jerusalem.
Nanda is trying to rope in funds from its alumni to refurbish the heritage campus built by Louis Kahn.
Judith Le Maire permet de mieux comprendre la filiation intellectuelle pas evidente d'un premier abord qui lie Patrick Geddes a Le Corbusier, ou encore moins evidente entre Patrick Geddes et Louis Kahn.
It's all about accountability, being on view, being part of a forum - a place of public appearance, as the great architect Louis Kahn has said.
Louis Kahn, owner of Palm Source, a Pensacola-based landscaping company, said he gets calls daily from people wanting him to determine if their trees are dead.
Si ensenamos lo que sabemos, y sabemos lo que hemos aprendido, Mario Botta tuvo la suerte o la habilidad de poder seguir los consejos de tres grandes maestros de la arquitectura mundial: Le Corbusier, Louis Kahn, Carlo Scarpa.
Downtown Fort Worth's skyline--lined with buildings designed by famed architects such as Louis Kahn, Tadao Ando and Renzo Piano-is transforming once again as the new West 7th Street Bridge nears completion.
Despite his recognition as one of the great modernists of the 20th century, postwar architect Louis Kahn claimed to be inspired by the crumbling edifices of the ancients.