路易斯康 Louis Kahn
Form is of that nature. Form is that which deals with inseparable parts. If you take one thing away, you don’t have the whole thing, and nothing is ever really fully answerable to that which man wants to accept as part of his way of life unless all its parts are together.
There is an entity present the philharmonic is dependent upon the art school, the art school on the civic theater, the civic theater on the ballet, and so forth. And it is so: the plan is so made that you feel one building is dependent on the other.
After all, what was the purpose of coming here? Was it to make a convenient arrangement, or was it to make something with an extra quality? I’ve found the extra quality, which makes the coming together more than what they are when the buildings are separated from each other.