Louis I. Kahn: Architect
- 1972 ----- color ----- 28 min ----- 16mm
Presents the thoughts and some of the works of Louis Kahn. Shows him teaching his principles: all living things have conscientiousness and architecture should reflect that conscientiousness; the work of art is the making of a living thing; nothing must be manditory, everything must be inspired. Various examples of his architecture are shown including the Yale Art Museum, the Salk Institute and the Olivetti Plant.
- Topics: (Architecture, Art: History, Biography)