Appreciation for design and building began at age 10 for J. Graham Goldsmith as he used found materials to build elaborate tree houses. He then interned with a carpenter, an electrician, a mason and a plumber, which helped him understand design and construction. He was in Professor Louis Kahn’s studio at the University of Pennsylvania, which taught him some of the most important architectural principles about daylight, spatial economy, and the appropriate use of materials.

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