Anne Tyng (1920–2011) was obsessed with geometry. Throughout her professional life as an architect and theoretician she attempted to find ways to inhabit it. Not only did she design and build the first habitable space-frame construction, she also influenced and possibly coauthored some of the most exquisite geometric spaces of twentieth-century architecture. As a collaborator and lover of Louis Kahn, she made a distinct mark on buildings signed by him, for example the outstanding Yale University Art Gallery (1953). Together they authored the visionary City Tower…
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