My Architect: A Son's Journey is a 2004 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. The film explores Kahn's family life which involved his fathering children by three different partners, each of whom was kept in the dark about the existence of his other families. Despite his accomplishments, Kahn Sr. died a penniless loner in Penn Station in 1974, leaving behind three families, none of them aware of the others' existence. Seeking to unravel his father's mysterious personal life, Nathaniel combines rare personal footage and compelling interviews with the Kahn's colleagues, friends, and families. My Architect was nominated for the 2003 Academy Award for Documentary Feature.