Frank Gehry architecture
The highly acclaimed architect Frank Gehry works on a spectacular new building for the Louis Vuitton Foundation.

Gehry will place the building between the Jardin d’Acclimation and the Bois de Boulonge, his work consists this time of transparency, built upon glass formed as clouds over 3200 square meters filled with an auditorium and more galleries.
Quite one more reason to visit the beautiful Paris.

Liquid architecture. It’s like jazz – you improvise, you work together, you play off each other, you make something, they make something. And I think it’s a way of – for me, it’s a way of trying to understand the city, and what might happen in the city.

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Completed Architecture

NameCityUS State/
Country
CompletedOther InformationImage
David CabinIdyllwildCalifornia1958
Ronald Davis Studio & ResidenceMalibuCalifornia1972Renovated by Sue and Alex Glasscock, later owned by Patrick and Jillian Dempsey. Featured in Architectural Digest in 2014.
Exhibit Center, Merriweather Post Pavilion, and Rouse Company HeadquartersColumbiaMaryland1974
Sleep Train PavilionConcordCalifornia1975
Harper HouseBaltimoreMaryland1977
Gehry ResidenceSanta MonicaCalifornia1971
Loyola Law School (various buildings)Los AngelesCalifornia1978-2002
Spiller HouseVeniceCalifornia1980
Santa Monica PlaceSanta MonicaCalifornia1980Renovated from 2008-2010
Cabrillo Marine AquariumSan PedroCalifornia1981
Air and Space exhibit building, California Museum of Science and IndustryLos AngelesCalifornia1984
Edgemar Retail ComplexSanta MonicaCalifornia1984
Norton HouseVeniceCalifornia1984
Frances Howard Goldwyn Hollywood Regional LibraryHollywoodCalifornia1985
Information and Computer Science/Engineering Research Facility (ICS/ERF)IrvineCalifornia1986Demolished in 2007.
Sirmai-Peterson HouseThousand OaksCalifornia1984-86
Winton Guest HouseOwatonnaMinnesota1987Moved in 2009 to its current location at the University of St. Thomas Gainey Conference Center.
Yale Psychiatric InstituteYale University, New HavenConnecticut1989
Rockwell and Marna Schnabel House>BrentwoodCalifornia1986-89
Herman Miller factory (currently William Jessup University)RocklinCalifornia1987-89Factory closed in 2001 and was purchased by William Jessup University. Underwent re-design by architect Russ Taylor prior to opening of campus in 2004.<
Vitra Design MuseumWeil am RheinGermany1989
Chiat/Day BuildingVeniceCalifornia1991
Iowa Advanced Technology LaboratoriesUniversity of Iowa, Iowa CityIowa1992
Disney VillageDisneyland Paris, Marne-la-ValléeFrance1992Formerly Festival Disney
Olympic FishOlympic Village, BarcelonaSpain1992
Frederick Weisman Museum of ArtUniversity of Minnesota, MinneapolisMinnesota1993
Center for the Visual ArtsToledoOhio1993
Cinémathèque FrançaiseParisFrance1994
Vitra International HeadquartersBaselSwitzerland1994
Siedlung GoldsteinFrankfurtGermany1994
Energie Forum InnovationBad OeynhausenGermany1995
Dancing HousePragueCzech Republic1995
Disney Ice (currently Anaheim Ice)AnaheimCalifornia1995
Team Disney AnaheimAnaheimCalifornia1995
Guggenheim Museum BilbaoBilbaoSpain1997
Der Neue ZollhofDüsseldorfGermany1999
University of Cincinnati Academic Health CenterUniversity of Cincinnati, CincinnatiOhio1999
Condé Nast Publishing Headquarters CafeteriaTimes Square, New York CityNew York2000
DZ Bank buildingPariser Platz, BerlinGermany2000
Experience Music ProjectSeattleWashington2000
Gehry TowerHanoverGermany2001
Issey Miyake (flagship store)New York CityNew York2001
Weatherhead School of Management Peter B. Lewis buildingCase Western Reserve University, ClevelandOhio2002
Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing ArtsBard College, Annandale-on-HudsonNew York2003
Maggie’s Dundee, Ninewells HospitalDundeeScotland2003
Walt Disney Concert HallLos AngelesCalifornia2003
Ray and Maria Stata CenterMassachusetts Institute of Technology, CambridgeMassachusetts2004
Jay Pritzker PavilionMillennium Park, ChicagoIllinois2004
BP Pedestrian BridgeMillennium Park, ChicagoIllinois2004
MARTa HerfordHerfordGermany2005
IAC/InterActiveCorp West Coast HeadquartersWest HollywoodCalifornia2005
Marqués de Riscal Vineyard HotelElciegoSpain2006
IAC BuildingChelsea, New York CityNew York2007
Mariza show stage, at the Walt Disney Concert HallLos AngelesCalifornia2007
Art Gallery of OntarioTorontoOntario2008Renovation
Peter B. Lewis LibraryPrinceton University, PrincetonNew Jersey2008
Serpentine Gallery 2008 Summer PavilionLondonEngland2008Temporary
Novartis Pharma A.G. CampusBaselSwitzerland2009
Danish Cancer Society Counseling CenterAarhusDenmark2009
Lou Ruvo Center for Brain HealthLas VegasNevada2010
Ohr-O’Keefe Museum Of ArtBiloxiMississippi2010Originally planned to open in 2006, hit by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Additional buildings to open in 2012
New World CenterMiami BeachFlorida2011
New York by Gehry at Eight Spruce StreetNew York CityNew York2011
Opus Hong KongHong KongHong Kong201112-story residential block located at 53 Stubbs Road, developed by Swire Group.
Pershing Square Signature CenterNew YorkNew York201270,000 square foot non-profit performing arts center.
Duplex ResidenceNew OrleansLouisiana2012Designed and built for the Make It Right Foundation New Orleans. LEED Platinum rated
Maggie’s Hong KongHong KongHong Kong2013First Maggie’s Centres international location

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Much of Gehry’s work falls within the style of Deconstructivism, which is often referred to as post-structuralist in nature for its ability to go beyond current modalities of structural definition.
This can be seen in Gehry’s house in Santa Monica. In architecture, its application tends to depart from modernism in its inherent criticism of culturally inherited givens such as societal goals and functional necessity. Because of this, unlike early modernist structures, Deconstructivist structures are not required to reflect specific social or universal ideas, such as speed or universality of form, and they do not reflect a belief that form follows function.
Gehry’s own Santa Monica residence is a commonly cited example of deconstructivist architecture, as it was so drastically divorced from its original context, and in such a manner as to subvert its original spatial intention.

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