|Directed by||Nathaniel Kahn|
|Produced by||Nathaniel Kahn
Susan Rose Behr
|Written by||Nathaniel Kahn|
|Music by||Joseph Vitarelli|
|Edited by||Sabine Krayenbühl|
|Running time||110 minutes|
My Architect: A Son's Journey is a 2003 documentary film about the American architect Louis Kahn (1901-1974), by his son Nathaniel Kahn, detailing the architect's extraordinary career and his familial legacy after his death in 1974.
Kahn is quoted in the film, saying “When I went to high school I had a teacher, in the arts, who was head of the department of Central High, William Grey, and he gave a course in Architecture, the only course in any high school I am sure, in Greek, Roman, Renaissance, Egyptian, and Gothic Architecture, and at that point two of my colleagues and myself realized that only Architecture was to be my life. How accidental are our existences are really, and how full of influence by circumstance.”
The film features interviews with renowned architects, including Frank Gehry, Shamsul Wares, I.M. Pei, Anne Tyng and Philip Johnson. Throughout the film, Kahn visits all of his father's buildings including The Yale Center for British Art, The Salk Institute, Jatiyo Sangshad Bhaban and the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad.
- My Architect, later parts of the documentary
- "NY Times: My Architect". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-11-23.
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