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"Louis Kahn's most important lessons to him was about how to integrate private architectural practice with teaching, creating a culture of mentorship and academic-style studio critique within a profitable architecture-firm."

I didn't think that Louis Kahn was known for running a profitable firm? I thought he was deeply in debt when he died.

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