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Louis I. Kahn. Mikveh Israel Synagogue, project, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Detail of light well. 1961-72

Louis I. Kahn. Mikveh Israel Synagogue, project, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Detail of light well. 1961-72

Unbuilt. (Model Representation). Louis Kahn, Hurva Synagogue, Jerusalem, Israel, Designed 1965

Unbuilt. (Model Representation). Louis Kahn, Hurva Synagogue, Jerusalem, Israel, Designed 1965

1967-1974 Louis Kahn - Hurva Synagogue / Jerusalem Israel / USA / concrete / concept / renderings: Kent Larson

1967-1974 Louis Kahn - Hurva Synagogue / Jerusalem Israel / USA / concrete / concept / renderings: Kent Larson

onsomething:  onsomething     Louis Kahn + Anne Tyng | Trenton bath house, 1955 The Bath House design is a pavilion in the shape of a Greek cross composed of four squares. Kahn considered each square volume a room even though none of the rooms were completely enclosed. On June 7, 1955 Kahn made an entry in his notebook on a page titled the “Palladian Plan” where he began talking about the modernist principle of the open plan: “I have discovered what everyone else has found [,] that a bay…

onsomething: onsomething Louis Kahn + Anne Tyng | Trenton bath house, 1955 The Bath House design is a pavilion in the shape of a Greek cross composed of four squares. Kahn considered each square volume a room even though none of the rooms were completely enclosed. On June 7, 1955 Kahn made an entry in his notebook on a page titled the “Palladian Plan” where he began talking about the modernist principle of the open plan: “I have discovered what everyone else has found [,] that a bay…

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