Posts Tagged ‘Louis Kahn’

Arata Isozaki, Installation Designer Of First Louis Kahn Retrospective, Receives Pritzker Prize

Arata Isozaki, Installation Designer Of First Louis Kahn Retrospective, Receives Pritzker Prize

May 30, 2019  |  Architecture

Celebrated Japanese architect Arata Isozaki wins the world's premier lifetime achievement award in the building arts. In Philadelphia, he is known for his creative installation design of the first retrospective devoted to Louis Kahn. Lance Knickerbocker has the story > more

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In “Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture,” The City Is A Muse

August 11, 2017  |  Architecture

Groundbreaking exhibit of the work of Louis Kahn brings his ideas to life, says Nathaniel Popkin > more

New Exhibition Gives Movement To The Philadelphia School

New Exhibition Gives Movement To The Philadelphia School

March 17, 2017  |  Architecture

Two fans of Modernism re-evaluate architectural history with the exhibition, "What Was the Philadelphia School?" > more

In This Month Of Jane Jacobs, A Look At The

In This Month Of Jane Jacobs, A Look At The “Philadelphia School” That Inspired & Frustrated Her

May 11, 2016  |  Architecture

A new exhibit on Philadelphia designers has Nathaniel Popkin thinking about the deep and sometimes frayed connections between them and Jane Jacobs, whose centennial is celebrated with two new books > more

Innovation & Technology: Foster On Process And Influence At New Comcast Tower

Innovation & Technology: Foster On Process And Influence At New Comcast Tower

June 10, 2015  |  Architecture

As it rises out of the construction site at 18th and Arch Streets, the Comcast Innovation & Technology Center will lead the Philly skyline into the future as the city's new tallest building. Last night its architect, Lord Norman Foster, spoke of his process and influences as he accepted the 2015 Louis I. Kahn Memorial Award > more