Designer Dossier — Frank Gehry

Frank Gehry has been always one of my favorite architects ever known.
I couldn’t resist sharing this post published by blogger from Apartment Therapy, Jennifer Hunter.

Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts (general view), Bard College-large

Designer: Frank Gehry, born 1929 (age 83)
From: Toronto, Canada. He moved to Los Angeles as a teenager and later became a US citizen.

Frank Gehry has a habit of scribbling his design ideas on scraps of paper, office whiteboards and even his phone. They’re loose, untidy doodles, far from the linear, ordered plan you might expect from an architect. And yet, when his curvy, chaotic structures materialize, they resemble that scribble more closely than what seems physically (and structurally) possible.

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