Message - Re: Enough is never enough.

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Posted by  Ken on August 05, 2003 at 08:24:35:

In Reply to:  Re: Enough is never enough. posted by Richard Haut on August 05, 2003 at 07:18:53:

Having studied in Philadelphia, I spent much time at the Richards Lab. In Chestnut Hill, the Esherick house and Exeter Library, NH
are all that I have been fortunate enough to experience. All I am referring to is the beauty of its simplicity, not some hair-brained
computer method.

Yale? Looks a little like the "3-d-h"
probably built before the emPERor was born. Kahn's work was derivative of historical precedent which embodies his work,
not like the empty ideas of the emperors new clothes.

Kahn's work is as inovative today as it was then.

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