Cycloids in Louis I. Kahn's Kimbell Art Museum at Fort Worth, Texas

Jin-Ho Park; Yongsun Joo; Jae-Guen Yang
March 2007
Mathematical Intelligencer;Spring2007, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p42
Academic Journal
The article offers significant information related to Louis I. Khan's Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. It is stated that Kahn is one of the most outstanding modern American architects. Kahn's Kimbrell Art Museum is one of the most admired architectural pieces. Its structure, covering a gross area of 120,000 square feet, lies in a trapezoid -shape area of 9.5 acres in the Amon Carter Square Park.


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