By John Pardey John Pardey 2005-08-31T00:00:00
At the mid-point in the 20th century, it was Kahn who rediscovered the weight of architecture and returned to making space from mass and structure, echoing Michelangelo’s favourite saying from Tuscan masons that ‘weight never sleeps’.Yale architectural historian Vincent Scully, writing of Kahn’s work, suggested that ‘we try to think ...
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