Architect's studio, Frank O. Gehry

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Distribution: Louisiana [Museum], 1998 - Architecture - 128 pages
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Frank O. Gehry is the first architect to be featured in The Architect's Studio, a series devoted to influential architects of the past decade and pace-setters for the next century. Gehry has stimulated debate on the architecture of the 90s, most recently in connection with the opening of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao. This book presents current building projects, including the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, the DG Bank Headquarters in Berlin, and the Experience Music Project in Seattle. Through sketches, models, computer graphics, and video stills -- an extensive body of material shown for the first time outside his drawing office -- we see his work in progress, from conception to completion. This book is a rare opportunity to follow Gehry's multi-faceted creative process at close quarters.

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