Yale University Press "Part memoir, part collection of letters, part architecture treatise, and part love story, Harriet Pattison’s Our Days Are Like Full Years takes you inside the architect Louis Kahn’s mind and, even more, inside his heart. This is the saga of a devil’s bargain with a saint, and it is at once poignant and triumphant. Pattison has written a magnificent book, filled with warmth, elegance, insight, and grace."
—Paul Goldberger, author of Why Architecture Matters | "A handsomely illustrated volume . . . salted with photographs, sketches, and her own memories . . . provides new pieces of the Kahn puzzle."
—Cathleen McGuigan, Architectural Record | 8 x 10 inches, 448 pages