Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Funny, as I do more and more research on these “strange” buildings–I ran across what are called “mid-century architectural wonders”–funny, when I was growing up–these were called MODERN buildings! I actually think it is a timeless building!

The Guggenheim Museum was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built from 1956-1959. As the exterior suggests, the interior features the unique spiral ramp exhibition space inside. It was intended to resemble the interior of a nautilus shell.

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