yes the inner-side of outer-facade is Le Corbusier for sure, what I was refering with Kahn is something else: the "inner" house, and the fact that it's windows are staring into the inside of the building, not outside. I think this is pretty much typical for Kahn, especially his libraries...
the thing with organisms is only theoretical, for helping to understand the idea of two houses inside of each other - from the very first moment, I knew I actually Don't want to create organic-shaped building. The form of it is refering to other things - cubistic architecture, which has very big tradition in Czech Republic, specific Czech baroque style and so on. Also I wanted to create something sharpe-edged, since my previous project was rather organic.
My point absolutelly wasn't not to create new view point of the street, the institution is very important, the house is large and I did want to create something very strong and visible at the first sight. The thing is, that at the same time, I didn't want to destroy the concept of the street, which allready exists. So many people doing this project didn't respect the street-line, integrity of the street, parterre and shoping windows (so people actually have something to watch when crossing by) and so on. So, within these rules, which I believe I did preserve, I created bit brutal, experimental architecture, which is what I also wanted... But the street wouldn't be corrupted by it. And that's the whole reason of making "outer house" with facade respecting these rules, and then "inner house" - which may allready look anyway I want, becouse it's not directly visible or comunicating with the street anymore. And the "tower" isn't visible from the street at all as well.
Nope, there is absolutelly no visible concrete. The whole outer facade is glass as I said, only the lowest level is just glass-covered, not leaking any light. It could be also covered by corian for example. The inner house is covered by acrylate. I saw it being used in many interiors and it looks pretty good. The construction system of the outer facade is kind of hidden in the connection of glass panels.
The drawing were made directly for this project by great Canadian illustrator, sadly - and as almost always - there was not enough time to create enough of them to make the scale really visible. I didn't want to use some boring photo-based pics or the stuff that is usually being used in arch. renders, wanted to make it more interesting this way... But it took too much time. It was an experiment.
And I don't understand the thing with night-time render, the second picture Is a night time render so I think you can see pretty well how it looks... Only the night interior view is missing since it took too lont time to render, but I think you can get the idea from seeing the exterior one...
Anyway, thanks a lot for the comment!