Art and creativity have produced amazing things in this world that most people thought that they are not possible. But just like how people expect with every other art form, most people believe that architecture and its creations should pose one general shape and form. But that is not the case, you can design anything that is possible within the rules of architecture.
In this article, we like to bring you one of the amazing geniuses in architecture designing, Frank Gehry. He has created some of the most amazing and aesthetic architectural structures around the world. This Canadian-American architect, who is more of an artist is known for his postmodernism. He has partnered up with a lot of museums all around the world and also with big companies such as Walt Disney.
He lives in Toronto in his house which is obviously designed by him, in different geometric designs to capture the attention of people, to express himself, and of course to promote himself to possible future clients. His amazing skillset was one of the most exceptionals back in his day and even now, he has not lost his touch in creating amazing structures.
We have collected some of the cool work that Gehry has done on his job, all around the world. A lot of people up to date marvel at these structures even in the present day. So, you can scroll down to check them out and you can share your thoughts & ideas in the comments sections below as well!
#1 The building was originally called the Chiat/Day building but you have to admit that Binocular Building suits it way better.
#2 Stata Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts
#3 Marta Herford, Herford, Germany
#4 Richard B. Fisher Center, Annandale-On-Hudson, New York
#5 Walt Disney Concert Hall In Los Angeles, California
#6 Marqués De Riscal Hotel, Elciego, Spain
#7 Museum Of Pop Culture, Seattle, Washington
#8 Lou Ruvo Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
#9 Vitra Design Museum, Weil Am Rhein, Germany
#10 Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris, France
#11 The Fish, Barcelona, Spain
#12 Weisman Art Museum In Minneapolis, Minnesota
#13 The Iac Building, New York
#14 The Cinémathèque Française, Paris, France
#15 Fred And Ginger, Prague, Czech Republic
Perhaps one of the most iconic and controversial buildings designed by this artist is the Dancing House, or Fred and Ginger, in Prague, Czech Republic. Although at first it was criticized for not fitting in with the classical buildings surrounding it, the Dancing House has now become somewhat of an icon and is even featured on a gold 2,000 Czech koruna coin.