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Bibliography

1. Henderson, Brain. A Delicate Balance. Architecture  (July 1993): 46-49.

2. Kieffer, Jeffery, ³Criticism: A Reading of Louis Kahn¹s Salk Institute Laboratories,² Architecture and Urbanism  271 (1993): 3-17.

3. artists,many. Modern Architecture. New York: Times Press, 1989.
4. Steel, James. Architecture in Detail: Salk Institute, Louis I. Kahn.
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5.  Tyng, Alexander. Beginnings: Louis Kahn¹s Philosophy of Architecture. New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1984.

6. Venturi, Robert, ³Salk Addition:Pro and Con,² Architecture ( July 1993):
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Endnotes
1. Richard Saul Wurman, What will be Has Always Been; Words of Louis I. Kahn (New York: Access,1986), 6.
2. Richard Saul Wurman, What will be Has Always Been; Words of Louis I. Kahn (New York: Access,1986), 10.
3. James Steele, Architecture in Detail: Salk Institute (London: Phaidon Press Limited,1993), 24 .
4. Richard Saul Wurman, What will be Has Always Been; Words of Louis I. Kahn (New York: Access,1986), 6.
5. Richard Saul Wurman, What will be Has Always Been; Words of Louis I. Kahn (New York: Access,1986), 45.
6.. Patrick Pacheco, ³A Sense of Where You Are,² Art and Antiques   (December 1990), 117.
7. Pacheco, 117.
8. James Steele, Architecture in Detail: Salk Institute (London: Phaidon Press Limited,1993), 24.
9. Steele, 42,43.
10. Jeff Kieffer, Criticism: a Reading of Louis I Kahn¹s Salk Institute Laboratories,² Architecture and Urbanism (1993), 6.
11. Kieffer, 3.
12. Micheal Crosby, ³The Salk Institute: Appraising a Landmark,² Progressive Architecture (October 1993), 44.
13. Jeff Kieffer, Criticism: a Reading of Louis I Kahn¹s Salk Institute Laboratories,² Architecture and Urbanism (1993), 3.
13. Micheal Crosby, ³The Salk Institute: Appraising a Landmark,² Progressive Architecture (October 1993), 43.
14. Alexander Tyng, Beginnings (New York :John Wiely and Sons,1984), 140.
15. Alexander Tyng, Beginnings (New York :John Wiely and Sons,1984), 140.
16. Micheal Crosby, ³The Salk Institute: Appraising a Landmark,² Progressive Architecture (October 1993), 43.
17. Alexander Tyng, Beginnings (New York :John Wiely and Sons,1984), 140.
18. James Steele, Architecture in Detail: Salk Institute (London: Phaidon Press Limited,1993), 24.
19. Steele, 37.
20. Alexander Tyng, Beginnings (New York : John Wiely and Sons,1984), 140.
21. Ibid., 36
22. Ibid., 4
23. Ibid., 4
24. Micheal Crosby, ³The Salk Institute: Appraising a Landmark,² Progressive Architecture (October 1993), 43.
25. William J.Curtis, Modern Architecture (London: Phaidon Press Limited,1996), 613.
26. Richard Saul Wurman, What will be Has Always Been; Words of Louis I. Kahn (New York: Access,1986), 33.
27. Richard Saul Wurman, What will be Has Always Been; Words of Louis I. Kahn (New York: Access,1986), 27.
28. Ibid.,189


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