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Kahn Texts

Anne Griswold Tyng, one of Louis Kahn's partners in work and in life, was featured in this weekend's New York Times Design and Living issue of T Magazine. The piece and accompanying gallery is a tribute to the design pioneer (she died last year), and in particular, to her tiny house on Fitler Square. Ingrid Schaffner, the Institute of Contemporary Art's senior curator, lives in that house now, and talks to Susan Morgan about how Tyng made living in 1,000 square feet feel anything but small. [NYT]