…admired for the sensuous curves of titanium which form the outer skin of the Guggenheim Museum’s Bilbao location along with the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, has consistently managed to surprise and impress over his long and storied career.
One of his most recent creations is New York City’s Beekman Tower, the tallest residential tower in the world. From a distance, the building seems out-of-place and its surface appears as if something has gone horribly wrong. It’s only as you get closer you realize Gehry has introduced his trademark curved metal as the tower’s exterior. Upon closer inspection still do you fully realize and appreciate the enormous complexity of engineering involved–that of undulating water being poured from an unseen source above. It’s a building so exquisite, in fact, the first reaction you have will be that of shivers down your spine. To continue reading the Architecture page, click here.