I would like to pay homage to the great Architect Frank Gehry, I find his work is like Origami,
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Frank Gehry was born in Canada in 1929, he studied at the University of Southern California and the Harvard graduate school of design.
The Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles was opened in 2003 but it could have been built yesterday, today or even tomorrow.
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You have to see it to believe this building is real, it looks absolutely surreal to me.
Gehry’s Neuer Zollhof is located in the Dusseldorf Waterfront in Germany.
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Cinémathèque Paris France. Used for film archives and history, built in 1994.
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This whale like building is the Fish Pavilion at the Barcelona Olympic in Spain. It was built in 1992, how avant-gardiste (forward thinking) is Frank Gehry.
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Fondation Louis Vuitton Paris France is like ship with 12 glass sails. Built in 2014, Frank Gehry was 85 years young.
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Beekman Tower New York, this residential building was built in 2011 and has 76 floors. I find it has a bit of a conservative look compared to his other work, except for the subtle pleats which function as bay windows.
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EMP Museum Seattle Washington
The steel and aluminum skin of the building looks like it is flapping in the wind, it is one of my very favorite Frank Gehry’s accomplishment, so delicate, so strong and so fashion like, it looks like a cocktail dress to me.
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The Dancing house, Prague, Czech Republic, they should invite this building to dance with the Stars , they call it Fred and Ginger. I believe Mr. Gehry must be very witty.
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How extraordinary is this Frank Gehry’s project, the Guggenheim Museum im Abu Dhabi. It is only a project at the moment, let’s hope it will become a reality.
Hope you have enjoyed my favorite Frank Gehry’s favorite work, he is such a genius, he seems to come from another planet, if he does, he is more than welcome to earth.
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