Its opening has been pushed back to 2020, but Frank Gehry’s LUMA Arles Tower is slowly but surely gaining its amazingly creative shape. It’s mesmerizing!
A new building is rising in southern France, Arles, and new photos of this amazing project with the greatest contemporary design have been released. This tower being built for the art foundation has a 56 meters tall structure and is made of concrete and aluminum panels and glass that give to this structure an amazing irregularly-shaped shiny outside that bursts into the French skies. A year after the beginning of this modern art designed by Frank Gehry, the building is finally gaining some noticeable shape, that resembles the region’s mountain ranges.
LUMA Arles is being built on an area that it used to be a former rail depot, with a campus that showcases some of the best of the best contemporary artists ever. This architecture art will compile a wide range of different programs, such as research facilities, workshops and seminar rooms, and artists studios. Frank Gehry‘s building, is going to be the center of LUMA Arles, Parc des Ateliers, the spot everyone will be looking at and for. The building will be opening in stages, and the first one is predicted to be for 2020. Even though constructions are currently happening in the LUMA Arles building, the building remains open and it’s showcasing a variety of incredible exhibitions.
I Lobo You can’t wait to see the artistic design‘s final result! Frank Gehry is one of the best architecture artists of his time, and his creations are simply out of the box and this one was no exception.