clock menu more-arrow no yes

Frank Gehry

Watch ’70s Frank Gehry teach kids to build a city

A very young version of the future Pritzker winner turns the classroom into Kid City.

Frank Gehry turns 90: A look at his greatest hits

In honor of Gehry’s birthday, here’s a toast to some of his best works.

What Frank Gehry’s museum for famous architecture and model trains might look like

It’s slated to open near the MASS MoCA museum in North Adams, Massachusetts, by 2021.

Early Frank Gehry concert venue roof collapses during renovation

The Merriweather Post Pavilion was nearly done with a five-year, $55 million overhaul when its roof came down earlier this month.

Frank Gehry-designed cafe at former Condé Nast HQ to reopen as food hall

After a five-year closure, the former Cafe at Condé Nast in Manhattan’s Four Times Square building will reopen—this time to lawyers and corporate types instead of editors.

Frank Gehry’s sketches from jam session with Esperanza Spalding are up for auction

Is Frank Gehry the most with-it architect alive?

’70s Frank Gehry home gets a minimalist makeover

Inspired by its neighborhood of Little Osaka, the redesign features an interior tea house-like volume of paneled wood.

Frank Gehry archives acquired by Getty Institute

The Frank Gehry Papers spans the first three decades of Gehry’s illustrious career, beginning with his early graduate studies in 1954 all the way up to the 1988 entry for the Walt Disney Concert Hall competition.

Frank Gehry is teaching an online architecture class

Coming this spring, Gehry’s course will "share his unconventional philosophy on design and architecture." Students will also get to check out the architect’s "never-before-seen" model archive.

Frank Gehry's Fondation Louis Vuitton Gets a Kaleidoscopic Color Treatment

French artist Daniel Buren has given his signature color treatment to Frank Gehry'sFondation Louis Vuitton in Paris, and, mon dieu, is it a showstopper.

Check Out Frank Gehry’s L.A.-Inspired Interior for the Model Apartment at Battersea

A single curvy angled wall is the only hint that this generically modern space is inside of a bonkers Gehry facade.

Canada Is Hip Because It Has 'Always Had Frank Gehry'

Filed under:

  • Map

Mapping Spanish Starchitecture After the Bilbao Effect