Glenn Robert Lym Architect AIA/PhD

 

HERE4 Video Podcast:

Life Lived Through

Architecture

A look at the houses that five architects built for themselves over the course of their lifetimes - Bernard Maybeck, Frank Lloyd Wright, Philip Johnson, Thomas Jefferson and Frank Gehry with a contrasting look at the work of Louis Kahn.

 

Above is the house that Thomas Jefferson started building at Monticello when he was 25 years old. He was 29 years old when he was joined in this house by his young wife Martha.

Jefferson, like the other four architects, evolved an extraordinary set of homes to meet his post mid-life circumstances - circumstances quite different from those at the beginning of his own home building, His future houses were as different from anything that he or others at the time might have understood as houses at the beginning of his career.

Poplar Forest was the private plantation he built for himself late in life, his getaway from Monticello. Below is it's main room, a 20' x 20' x 20' central room lit only by a long skylight - a windowless, totally private space.

 

Here are a few of the concluding observations in HERE4.

The early, first homes of these five architects emulate pre-existing models of home. These architects find their own residential, architectural voices later.

As these architects' relationship with their significant others change, mature, become unconventional, yet better suited to the individuals involved, their homes change.

After their midlife, these architects show little interest in making a big, singular, architectural statement about house or building. Instead, the architects shift focus, now primarily interesterd in configuring home as a set of largely internal environments.

 

These architects chose to live their own lives with their own architecture. They valued their own family lives as much as that of their clients. They saw architecture as a means to enable their lives, a means to create environments in which they could live private lives deeply and profoundly. They embraced the changes in their homes as a celebration, living their lives through their architecture.

HERE4 is below. The video controls are along the bottom. Clicking the diagonal arrow on the lower right expands the video fullscreen. Press the "escape" to exit fullscreen mode.

HERE4 is 63 minutes long and was written, filmed and edited in 2010 through 2011. 

You can download a full version of HERE4 directly within iTunes and subscribe to future episodes of HERE for free by clicking on the iTunes button below.

 

 

 

 

C r e d i t s

Thanks to Amnon Ben-Pazi for pointing out the publication of Johnson
and Whitney's Big Sur abode in NEST magazine and to Jim Valanis on the
Facebook Group - "NEST MAGAZINE Best Shelter Mag Ever!".

 



O p e n i n g

 

Photos and Drawings from:

Architectural Monographs 6:Edwin Lutyens Rizzoli New York 1979

Jeffery Howe, ed. The Houses We Live In Thunder Bay Press San Diego 2002

Rhoda Kellogg with Scott O’Dell The Psychology of Children’s Art CRM-Random House Publication 1967

 


B e r m a r d  M a y b e c k


References:


Kenneth Cardwell Bernard Maybeck: Artisan, Architect, Artist Peregrine Smith Inc 1977

Jacomena Maybeck Maybeck: The Family View Berkeley Architectual Heritage Association 1991

Jacomena Maybeck People & Places: A Memoir Stonegarden Press Berkeley 1992

Mark Anthony Wilson & Joel Puliatti Bernard Maybeck: Architect of Elegance Gibbs Smith, Layton Utah 2011

Sally B Woodbridge Bernard Maybeck: Visionary Architect Abbeville Press New York 1992

 

Photos by:

Richard Barnes from Sally B. Woodbridge & Richard Barnes 1992

Lionel Berryhill from Sally B. Woodbridge & Richard Barnes 1992

Lionel T Berryhill, courtesy Bancroft Library UC Berkeley from Mark Anthony Wilson & Joel Puliatti 2011

Esther Born fr Kenneth H. Cardwell 1977

Siegfried Brockmann, Dimitri Shipounoff Collection, BAHA Archives fr Maybeck Country: Hillside Houses of the Early and Mid 20th Century The Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association 2009

Ken Cardwell fr Kenneth H. Cardwell 1977

Robert M. Craig fr Robert M Craig Bernard Maybeck at Principia College: The Art and Craft of Building Gibbs Smith Publisher Salt Lake City 2004

Glenn Lym

Jacomena Maybeck fr Jacomena Maybeck 1992

Jacomena Maybeck fr Jacomena Maybeck 1980 & 1991

Pamela Valois Maybeck fr Jacomena Maybeck 1980 & 1991

Jerry Poppenhouse fr Robert M Craig Bernard Maybeck at Principia College: The Art and Craft of Building Gibbs Smith Publisher Salt Lake City 2004

Joel Puliatti from Mark Anthony Wilson & Joel Puliatti 2011

William S Ricco fr Kenneth H. Cardwell 1977

Richard B. Rice fr Sally B. Woodbridge & Richard Barnes 1992

George E. Russel fr Susan Stern Cerny & Anthony Bruce, Editors The Berkeley Fire: Memoirs And Mementos The Berkeley architectural Heritage Association Berkeley 1992

Daniella Thompson fr Maybeck Country: Hillside Houses of the Early and Mid
20th Century
The Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association 2009

Bryan Whitney http://web.mac.com/bryanwhitney/Bryan_Whitney_/Interior%3A_Paris.html

 

Other Photos from:

Amererican Architecture & Building News Aug 1888 fr Kenneth H. Cardwell 1977

Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley from from Mark Anthony Wilson & Joel Puliatti 2011

Berkeley Architectural Heritege Association, Dimitri Shipounoff Collection fr Sally B. Woodbridge & Richard Barnes 1992

Siegfried Brockmann fr Maybeck Country: Hillside Houses of the Early and Mid 20th Century The Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association 2009

Kenneth H. Cardwell 1977

foundSF.org, “Sailing to Buzantium: 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition” by Gray Brechin in http://foundsf.org/index.php?title=SAILING_TO_BYZANTIUM:_1915_Panama_Pacific_International_Exposition

Lym Family Photo Album

Jacomena Maybeck from Kenneth H. Cardwell 1977

Jacomena Maybeck 1980 & 1991

Gabriel Moulin's San francisco Peninsula: Town & Country Homes 1910--1930 Wingate Press Sausalito CA 1985

collection of Cherry Maybeck Nittler from Mark Anthony Wilson & Joel Puliatti 2011

The Principia fr Robert M Craig Bernard Maybeck at Principia College: The Art and Craft of Building Gibbs Smith Publisher Salt Lake City 2004

UCB CED Documents Collection fr Kenneth H. Cardwell 1977

UCB CED Documents Collection fr Sally B. Woodbridge & Richard Barnes 1992

http://www.hellosanfrancisco.com/images/buildings/8172006san_francisco_harbor_1890.jpg

http://www.history-map.com/picture/004/1800s-City-York-New.htm

http://robertwilliamsofbrooklyn.blogspot.com/2011/04/san-francisco-1906-rebuilding-city_23.html

"Mobile Suit Gundam - The Second Century"  SPCNET TV 4-7-2007 on http://www.spcnet.tv/forums/showthread.php?21185-Mobile-Suit-Gundam-The-Second-Century-(Part-2-The-Second-Century)

http://thepalacehotel.org/ PalaceHotel_MarketStreet.jpg

 

Paintings by:

Painting by William AlexanderCoulter from Gladys Hansen and Emmet Condon Denial of Disaster Cameron & Co San Francisco 1989

Hand Colored Postcard from Natural Color Studies of the Panama-Pacific Exposition, 1915 from Mark Anthony Wilson & Joel Puliatti 2011

 

Sketch from:

UCB CED Documents Collection fr Sally B. Woodbridge & Richard Barnes1992

 

Video:

Video & Goggle Earth Video by Glenn Lym

 

 

F r a n k  L l o y d  W r i g h t


References:

Roger Friedland & Harold Zellman The Fellowship: The Untold Story of Frank Lloyd Wright & The Taliesin Fellowship Regan/Harper Collins New York 2006

Hugh Howard and Roger Straus III Wright for Wright Rizzoli New York 2001

Neil Levine The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright Princeton University Press 1996

Kathryn Smith and Judith Bromley Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin and Taliesin West
Henry N. Abrams, Inc. NYC 1997

Frank Lloyd Wright An Autobiography Duell, Sloan and Pearce New York 1943

http://www.franklloydwright.org/


Photos by:

M. di Bartolomeo from Neil Levine 1996

Judith Bromley fr Kathryn Smith & Judith Bromley 1997

Chester Brummel, courtesy The FLLW Home & Studio Foundation from Neil Levine 1996

Alfred Eisenstaedt/Getty Images from Roger Friedland & Harold Zellman 2006

Joshua Freiwald fr AIAJournal April 1980

Yukio Futagawa inYukio Futagawa editor, Frank Lloyd Wright: Taliesin GA Traveler 002
A.D.A. Edita Tokyo 2002

Pedro E. Guerrero from Pedro E. Guerrero Picturing Wright: An Album from Frank Lloyd Wright’s Photographer Pomegranate Art Books San Francisco 1994

Jack Howe from Frank Lloyd Wright Archives in Cornelia Brierly Tales of Taliesin Pomegranate Communications Rohnert Park CA 2000

Thomas A. Heinz from Neil Levine 1996

Johnson Architectural Images, AJ1478. © Artifice, Inc. from http://www.greatbuildings.com/cgi-bin/gbi.cgi//cid_johnson_wax_001.gbi

Jon Miller/Hedrich Blessing fr Architectural Lighting August 1988

John R. Prindle 1959 from http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/exhibit/fullRecord.asp?id=5019

Ezra Stoller fr Donald Hoffman Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House Dover Publications New York City 1992

Valentino Sarra, fr Architectural Forum January 1938 from Cornelia Brierly Tales of Taliesin Pomegranate Communications Rohnert Park CA 2000

Ezra Stoller in Ezra Stoller Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West buiding blocks/Princeton University Press New York 1999
Roger Straus III fr Hugh Howard & Roger Straus III 2001

Alan Weintraub from http://www.franklloydwrightsites.com/california/sanrafael/marincounty.htm

 

Other Photos and Drawings from:

Architectural Forum January 1939

Arizona Highways February 1956

Chicago Daily Tribune August 17, 1914 in Anthony Alofsin “Taliesin: ‘To Fashion Worlds In Little’ “ in Wright Studies: Volume One: Taliesin 1911-1914 Southern Illinois University Press Carbondale 1992

Chicago Sunday Tribune August 16, 1914 in Anthony Alofsin “Taliesin: ‘To Fashion Worlds In Little’ “ in Wright Studies: Volume One: Taliesin 1911-1914 Southern Illinois University Press Carbondale 1992

Frank Lloyd Wright Archives from Cornelia Brierly Tales of Taliesin Pomegranate Communications Rohnert Park CA 2000

Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings and Plans of Frank Lloyd Wright: The Early Period (1893-1909) Dover Publications Inc NYC 1983

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation fr Kathryn Smith & Judith Bromley 1997

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation from Neil Levine 1996

Henry-Russell Hitchcock In The Nature Of Materials Duell, Sloan and Pearce NYC 1942

Hugh Howard & Roger Straus III 2001

Maynard L. Parker Collection, The Huntington Library from Kathryn Smith & Judith Bromley 1997

Museum of Modern Art from Neil Levine 1996

Security Pacific Historic Photograph Collection, Los Angeles Public Library from Neil Levine 1996

The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives from Roger Friedland & Harold Zellman 2006

Univ Utah Library, Special Collections from Neil Levine 1996

Vincent Scully, Jr. Frank Lloyd Wright George Braziller, Inc. New York 1960

http://marquette.macfound.org/slide/chicago_1890s/

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7c/Falling_Water_01.jpg

http://wikimedia.org from http://pixdaus.com/?sort=tag&tag=guggenheim

http://www.drowlord.com/art/favoriteArtists/frank_lloyd_wright/introduction.html

http://www.old-picture.com/old-west/Chicago-Parade.htm

http://www.playle.com/listing.php?i=NORVELL1453&PHPSESSID=1ki8lrdnalrmnt7pndnrnmf3u1

http://www.steinerag.com/flw/Artifact%20Pages/PhotoWrightPortraits.htm

http://www.steinerag.com/flw/Artifact%20Pages/PhotoWrightPortraitsC.htm

 

Video:

Goggle Earth Video by Glenn Lym

 

 

P h i l i p  J o h n s o n

 

References:

Hilary Lewis & John O’Connor Philip Johnson: The Architect in His Own Words Rizzoli New York 1994

National Trust for Historic Preservation The Glass House Assouline New York 2008

Franz Shultze Philip Johnson: Life and Work University of Chicago Press 1994

David Whitney “Obituary” New York Times 14 June 2005

Christopher Mason “Behind the Glass Wall” New York Times 7 June 2007

 

Photos by:

Austin Cooper, courtesy Philip Johnson from Franz Shultze 1994

Bruce Davidson/Magnum Photos from National Trust for Historic Preservation 2008

Todd Eberle "Empire of Space" Rizzoli 2011 from http://curbed.com/archives/2011/08/09/here-now-a-photo-of-philip-johnson-inside-his-glass-house.php

Nora Feller from Hilary Lewis & John O’Connor 1994

Donald Gaynor from Franz Shultze 1994

Agnes Gund from http://www.metropolismag.com/story/20061108/extending-the-legacy

Dean Kaufman from National Trust for Historic Preservation 2008

Mark Lancaster from http://www.warholstars.org/    from http://www.warholstars.org/news/june2005b.html

Margot Latimor & Paul Beckman Taylor fr Roger Friedland & Harold Zellman 2006

Helmut Lerski from Franz Shultze 1994

David McCabe from National Trust for Historic Preservation 2008

Melton-Pippin from Franz Shultze 1994

Arnold Newman from Ian McCallum Architecture USA Reinhold Publishing Corporation New York 1959

Norton courtesy Johnson family from Franz Shultze 1994

Paul Parker, courtesy Museum of Modern Art from Franz Shultze 1994

Richard Payne from National Trust for Historic Preservation 2008

Robert Shawr, courtesy Philip Johnson from Franz Shultze 1994

Steven Shore from Paul Goldberger “The New Age of Phillip Johnson: architectre’s Elder Stateman Is Now Reshaping the American Skyline” New York Times Magazine May 14, 1978

Lynne Stern from Franz Shultze 1994

Ezra Stoller from Hilary Lewis & John O’Connor 1994

Ezra Stoller from Ian McCallum Architecture USA Reinhold Publishing Corporation New York 1959

Ezra Stoller/ESTO www.trianglemodernisthouses.com/pjohnson.htm

Paul Warchol from National Trust for Historic Preservation 2008

 

Other Photos from:

Boston Athenaeum from Hilary Lewis & John O’Connor 1994

Cover Time Magazine January 8, 1979

Helaine Messer from Philip Johnson Glass House Archive from http://philipjohnsonglasshouse.org/history/bios/whitney/chapter2/
Johnson family from Franz Shultze 1994

private collection Hilary Lewis & John O’Connor 1994

http://afflictor.com/2010/12/09/pro-nazi-rally-in-manhattan-1939/

http://archpaper.com/news/articles.asp?id=4039

http://narofskyarch.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/picture-488.jpg

http://upcea.edu/images/2009annconf/harvard-aerial.png

http://wirednewyork.com/forum/showthread.php?t=5687&page=1

http://www.amazon.com

http://www.architakes.com/?p=1657

http://www.bing.com

http://www.life.com/gallery/23782/new-yorks-golden-age-the-1940s#index/0

http://vi.sualize.us/view/16bd1ca2f6129d450b03b959aa0e59a4/

http://www.orange-papers.org/orange-rroot240.html

http://www.orange-papers.org/orange-rroot480.html

http://www.roundaboutmidnight.com/2008/03/kingfish.html

http://www.saturdayeveningpost.com/2011/01/12/archives/retrospective/campaigning-kingfish.html

 

Video:

Goggle Earth Video by Glenn Lym

 

 

Thomas Jefferson:

 

References:

William Howard Adams Jefferson’s Monticello Abbeville Press, NY 1983

Annette Gordon-Reed The Hemingeses of Monticello: An American Family Norton 2008

Desmond Guinness & Julius Trousdale Sadler, Jr Mr Jefferson Architect The Viking Press NY1973

Jack McLaughlin Jefferson And Monticello Henry Holt New York 1988

http://www.monticello.org/

http://www.poplarforest.org/


Photos and Illustrations by:

AP photo from http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0109/18113.html

ArchitectDesign, Washington D.C. from http://architectdesign.blogspot.com/

William Birch “High Street from Ninth Street, Philadelphia 1799” courtesy of Monticello / Thomas Jefferson Foundation Inc. from Annette Gordon-Reed 2008

William Birch from The Monticello Classroom from http://classroom.monticello.org/kids/gallery/image/234/Washington-in-1801/ copyright 2007 The Thomas Jefferson Foundation

William Russell Birch courtesy University of Virginia copied from “medallion portrait” painted by Gilbert Stuart in 1805; from Frederick Doveton Nichols Thomas Jefferson’s Architectural Drawings: Copied and with Commentary and a Check List Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation Inc, Charlottesville 1995

Tim Buehner from http://www.poplarforest.org

Langdon Clay from William Howard Adams 1983

George Cserna from The Architectural Forum February 1962

Allen Freeman from Architecture (official mag, of the American Institute of Architects, Washington D.C.) December 1985

Robert Llewellyn Freeman from Architecture (official magazine of the American Institute of Architects, Washington D.C.) December 1985

Kendall Giles from http://www.kendallgiles.com/2008/09/poplar-forest-summer-home-of-thomas-jefferson/

Loren Gul, Alexandra, Virginia, 2008 from http://photos.igougo.com/pictures-photos-p358885-Monticello.html
Jane Haley/University of Virginia Public Affairs from http://education-portal.com/articles/20_Gorgeous_College_Campuses.html

Steve Helber

Thomas Jefferson, Massachusetts Historical Society Boston, photo from University of Virginia Library Charlottesville from William Howard Adams 1983

Thomas Jefferson from Frederick Doveton Nichols Thomas Jefferson’s Architectural Drawings: Copied and with Commentary and a Check List Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation Inc, Charlottesville 1995 fig 29
Charles Wilson Peale, 1791, Independence National Historical Park Collection from Jack McLaughlin 1988

Rembrandt Peale, Library of Congress from Jack McLaughlin 1988

David Plowden from Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation from Desmond Guinness & Julius Trousdale Sadler, Jr. 1973

sethbuckley.com

Lee Shofer from Kathryn Hensley “Jefferson’s Poplar Forrest Retreat: A Phoenix Rises from the Ashes” in Wood Design & Building Winter 1999-2000-No 10 pg 32

Gilbert Stuart, 1805, painted owned by the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation and the National Portrait Gallery from William Howard Adams 1983

Thomas Sully 1836 from Jack McLaughlin 1988

John Troba/Black Star copyrighted 1980 from William Howard Adams 1983

James Tkatch published by Thomasson-Grant Inc. Charlottesville, Virginia

Unknown artist from William Howard Adams 1983

Arthur Vitols, Helga Studio, Antiques (magazine) from Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation from Desmond Guinness & Julius Trousdale Sadler, Jr. 1973

 

Other Photos and Illustrations from:

William Howard Adams 1983

Bibliothéque Nationale de France from Annette Gordon-Reed 2008

Thomas Jefferson Foundation /Leonard Phillips from http://uvamagazine.org/features/article/anatomy_of_a_mystery/

Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation from Desmond Guinness & Julius Trousdale Sadler, Jr. 1973

Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation Inc from William Howard Adams 1983

Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, Inc. Charlottesville, Virgina from Jack McLaughlin 1988

Jack McLaughlin 1988

Singleton Story of The White House from http://www.whitehousemuseum.org/residence-history.htm

University of Virginia, Manuscript Department from William Howard Adams 1983

http://classroom.monticello.org/kids/gallery/image/ copyright 2007 The Thomas Jefferson Foundation

http://www.journeyetc.com/travel-ideas/top-10-best-us-college-campuses-to-check-out/

http://www.poplarforest.org, The Corporation for Jefferson’s Poplar Forest

 

Video:

Goggle Earth Video by Glenn Lym

 

 

F r a n k  G e h r y

 

References:

Francesco Da Co & Kurt W. Forster Frank Gehry: The Complete Works The Monacelli Press NYC 1998

Dan Naumovich “At Gehry’s Right Hand: Springfield Native Assists Famous Architect” The State Journal-Register January 1, 2011, updated January 3, 2011.

Fiona Ragheb, Editor Frank Gehry Architect Guggenheim Museum NYC 2001

Nicholai Ouroussoff “Mr. Gehry Builds His Dream House” New York Times January 9, 2005

 

Photos and Illustrations by:

Alex Berliner from Barbara Isenberg Conversations With Frank Gehry Alfred A Knopf New York 2009

Marco Antonio de Valdivia from Francesco Del Co & Kurt W. Forster 1998

Yukio Futagawa in Yukio Futagawa Frank Gehry: Recent Project A.D.A. Edita Tokyo 2011

Yukio Futagawa in Yukio Futagawa GA Houses 10: Frank O. Gehry: Recent Project A.D.A. Edita Tokyo 1993

Jeff Goldberg/ESTO from J. Fiona Ragheb, editor 2001

David Hearld/The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation New York from Barbara Isenberg Conversations With Frank Gehry Alfred A Knopf New York 2009

Timothy Hursley in Coosje Van Bruggen Frank O.Gehry: Guggenheim Museum Bilbau The Solomon R. Goggenheim Foundation New York 1997

Balthazar Korab from J. Fiona Ragheb, editor 2001

T. Kitajima from Walker Art Center The Architecture of Frank Gehry Walker Art Center Minneapolis & Rizzoli New York 1986

T. Kitajima in Peter Arnell & Ted Bickford, editors Frank Gehry: Buildings and Projects Rizzoli New York 1985
Grant Mudford from J. Fiona Ragheb, editor 2001

Jim McHugh from Barbara Isenberg Conversations With Frank Gehry Alfred A Knopf New York 2009

Peter Mauss/ESTO from J. Fiona Ragheb, editor 2001

Tim Street-Porter from J. Fiona Ragheb, editor 2001

Tim Street-Porter in Peter Arnell & Ted Bickford, editors Frank Gehry: Buildings and Projects
Rizzoli New York 1985

Joshua White courtesy Frank O. Gehry & Associates from J. Fiona Ragheb, editor 2001

 

Other Photos and Illustrations by:

Peter Arnell & Ted Bickford, editors Frank Gehry: Buildings and Projects Rizzoli New York 1985

Francesco Dal Co & Kurt W. Forster 1998

Mildred Friedman, editor Gehry Talks: Architect+Process Rizzoli New York 1999

“Frank Gehry 1991-1995” El Croquis 74/75 1995

Frank O. Gehry & Associates from Francesco Del Co & Kurt W. Forster 1998

Frank O. Gehry & Associates from Nicolai Ouroussoff January 9, 2005

Gehry Partners, LLP from Barbara Isenberg Conversations With Frank Gehry Alfred A Knopf New York 2009

 

Video:

clip from Visual Acoustics:The Modernism of Julius Shulman a documentary film by Eric Bricker http://www.juliusshulmanfilm.com

clip from “bike by #1” by benarimcdonald from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxAtAru34u0&NR=1

Goggle Earth Video by Glenn Lym

 

 

L o u i s  I.  K a h n

References:

Nathaniel Kahn My Architect: A Son’s Journey New Yorker Films Release in Association with HBO/Cinemax Documentary Films http://www.myarchitectfilm.com


Photos by:

Hans Namuth from The Christian Science Monitor Wednesday, May 8, 1974 second Edition

John Nicolais from Architecture + Urbanism: Luis I. Kahn a+u Publishing Tokyo 1975 pg 278

Malcolm Smith from Louis I. Kahn, Architect: Richards Medical Research Building Museum of Modern Art Bulletin, Volume 28, Number 1, The Museum of Modern Art 1961

 

Photos from:

Architecture + Urbanism: Louis I. Kahn a+u Publishing Tokyo 1975 pg 175

“The Development by Louis I. Kahn of the Design for the Second Capital of Pakistan at Dacca” Student Publications of the School of Design University of North Carolina at Raleigh Volume 14 Number 3

Nathaniel Kahn from http://www.metropolismag.com/story/20030601/my-architect-myself

The Work of Louis I. Kahn La Jolla Museum of Art January 7 to February 21, 1965

http://blog.makedesignedobjects.com/tag/louis-kahn/

http://tashula.tumblr.com/post/2460730833/wbadesign-salk-institute-a-project-by-louis

http://www.upenn.edu/almanac/v47/n22/Kahn100.html

 

Video:

clip from Nathaniel Kahn My Architect: A Son’s Journey

 

 

A l l  M u s i c

by Glenn Lym