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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…

the concept of servant and served space from Kahn can be possible by understanding grid structure system. this diagram clearly shows the relationship between spaces and structure.

Floor plan, roof plan, elevation and constructional section of the Kimbell Museum Louis I. Kahn

Floor plan, roof plan, elevation and constructional section of the Kimbell Museum Louis I.

Louis Kahn (from "Licht und Raum- light and space", Urs Büttiker) The chronological listing of projects traces Kahn's development process in light control and modulation. Projects beginning with student work from 1924 and ending with the Berkeley library from 1971-1974 reveal an extraordinary broad spectrum of solutions for the design of light and space. Kahn's struggle to find the coherent answer for each architectural challenge remains the basic principle characterizing his complete work.

Louis Kahn (from "Licht und Raum- light and space", Urs Büttiker) The chronological listing of projects traces Kahn's development process in light control and modulation.

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