By Jeremy Melvin 2001-06-25T00:00:00
For a long time Louis Kahn seemed to stand at the pinnacle of architectural heroism, but the autonomous genius architect was a myth that his overly defensive students and acolytes exploited. In this book, Sarah Williams Goldhagen brings a historical approach to bear on this myth. Through intensive archival work, ...
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