2017, Aug

Restoring Louis Kahn's Salk Institute (Architectural Digest)

Though the Salk Institute is just that—an institute—both its founder, Jonas Salk, and Kahn wanted the place to be a meditative retreat, where scientists could do laboratory benchwork but also have a place for study, contemplation, and even a bit of window-gazing.

Link to article.


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