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Gehry

Frank O(wen). born 1929, US architect and furniture designer, born in Canada; best known for the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain (1997)
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Australia's first Frank Gehry building featuring many of the famous architect's signature curves has now been opened by the country's Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove.
To enhance complex structures--his own bold, sculptural buildings tend to be difficult to erect, Gehry has a vested concerned.
Gehry, who designed the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, will jointly design the riverside scheme's new shopping street and surrounding homes with the British firm Foster + Partners.
But Gehry, who is famous for his curves and cubes that break up the boxy shape of office buildings, praised Abu Dhabi for trusting him to build a Guggenheim museum in the capital.
Referring to his huge museum project, Gehry stated: "I'm 83, so I'm worried about if they are going to finish on time, so I can see it.
Gehry described the building to Bloomberg as an "ephemeral connectivity that you can't take a picture of.
Gehry, throughout, has been a visible component of the tower's promotion, even standing for an extended interview in Playboy magazine.
Gehry, whose firm is responsible for the design of the new Guggenhein Museum in Abu Dhabi, made the remarks while attending the
The Saadiyat Beach Golf Club, gives a significant boost to the capital's credentials as a top-tier sports and cultural destination of distinction and builds on the emirate's growing portfolio of iconic architectural designs, which includes Zayed National Museum, designed by Lord Norman Foster, Louvre Abu Dhabi, designed by Jean Nouvel, and the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, designed by Frank Gehry.
When Gehry broke away from the ubiquitous late modernist style in the 1960s, he began to incorporate sweeping and sometimes fanciful forms into his work.
A timber and glass "street" designed by the architect Frank Gehry is going to be installed in Hyde Park.