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Louis Kahn

Louis I. Kahn (born in 1901 in Saarama, Estonia[?], died in 1974 in New York, New York) practiced as an architect in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1925-1926 Kahn served as Chief Designer for the Sesquicentennial Exposition. His work fused Beaux arts[?] with International style[?]. His prominent apprentices include Moshe Safdie and Robert Venturi

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