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Frank Gehry Interview: Jump Into the Unknown

Frank Gehry Interview: Jump Into the Unknown

Frank Gehry (b.1929) is recognized as one of the most important architects of our time, and his spectacular buildings – including the iconic Guggenheim...
Frank Gehry: Nice building. Then what?

Frank Gehry: Nice building. Then what?

In a wildly entertaining discussion with Richard Saul Wurman, architect Frank Gehry gives TEDsters his take on the power of failure, his recent buildings,...
Frank Gehry Interview: On Los Angeles

Frank Gehry Interview: On Los Angeles

“The movie industry is the most powerful figure that gives form and feeling to the city.” In this short video, the legendary architect Frank...
Creating Feeling with Frank Gehry

Creating Feeling with Frank Gehry

It is impossible to miss the curving and sinuous structure located in Paris's 16th arrondissement, which has the bearing of a ship built of...
The Future of Prison: Frank Gehry and Gehry Partners Advanced Design Studio

The Future of Prison: Frank Gehry and Gehry Partners Advanced Design Studio

In the Spring semester 2017 SCI-Arc hosted an advanced design studio taught by Frank Gehry and Gehry Partners addressing the future of prisons and...
Frank O. Gehry & Eric Owen Moss: 5th Raimund Abraham Memorial Lecture (March 4, 2015)

Frank O. Gehry & Eric Owen Moss: 5th Raimund Abraham Memorial Lecture (March 4,...

Frank O. Gehry, the fifth Raimund Abraham Memorial Lecturer, discusses with Eric Owen Moss the title of this evening’s conversation - You can’t rehearse...
Frank O. Gehry (1975) Part 1 of 2

Frank O. Gehry (1975) Part 1 of 2

Ray Kappe introduces Frank Gehry.Gehry describes his design methodology, stressing his aspiration for design that springs from the subconscious. He stresses the importance of...
Architecture Biennale – Frank Gehry (NOW Interviews)

Architecture Biennale – Frank Gehry (NOW Interviews)

Frank Gehry interviewed by Hans Ulrich Obrist at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2010. Produced by the Institute of the 21st Century with support from...
Frank Gehry talking with Greg Lynn

Frank Gehry talking with Greg Lynn

The Lewis Residence by Frank Gehry (1985--1995), Peter Eisenman's unrealized Biocentrum (1987), Chuck Hoberman's Expanding Sphere (1992) and Shoei Yoh's roof structures for Odawara...
Frank O. Gehry (1975) Part 2 of 2

Frank O. Gehry (1975) Part 2 of 2

Frank Gehry continues his lecture by presenting some of his smaller scale projects including his investigations of cardboard furniture. He explains that the images...