From his binocular-shaped building in Los Angeles to his dancing house in Prague, the architect Frank Gehry, who has become known for his steel architecture art constructions around the world, pushes the boundaries even further.
Frank Gehry‘s high-concept architecture art buildings, including the Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles, the Dancing House in Prague and the Guggenheim Museum building in Bilbao, Spain, have become tourist attractions in their own right. The epitome of modern art, architecture wise!
Don’t you just love Frank Gehry‘s modern architecture concept?
Frank Gehry is known for his choice of unusual materials as well as his architectural philosophy. His selection of materials such as corrugated metal lends some of Gehry’s contemporary architecture designs an unfinished or even crude aesthetic.
This consistent aesthetic has made Gehry one of the most distinctive and easily recognizable designers of the recent past. His architecture art is known worldwide and people visit it just to admire the modern buildings from the outside.