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In a four-part series, we’ll explore architect Frank Gehry’s Los Angeles and how his practice has evolved during his seventy years as an Angeleno.
The Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles and the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao are iconic buildings that redefined Gehry’s work. Gehry recounts his memories of designing and building these complex structures and shares how he became associated with the urban phenomenon known as the Bilbao effect.
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Project Sketch, 1991, Frank Gehry. © 2016 Gehry Partners, LLP. Image courtesy of Gehry Partners, LLP
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