Blair Kamin

Chicago Tribune

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Blair Kamin is a Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic of the Chicago Tribune.

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Louis Kahn's floating concert hall faces demolition Courtesy  spablab  
 A floating masterpiece is sending out an SOS. A concert hall on a barge designed by Louis Kahn may wind up in…

Saving Louis Kahn's floating concert ship

Louis Kahn's floating concert hall faces demolition Courtesy spablab A floating masterpiece is sending out an SOS. A concert hall on a barge designed by Louis Kahn may wind up in…

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