Frank Gehry vs Frank Lloyd Wright

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Architect
Architect
$50 Million
Net worth 2018
Architects
Industry
Architects
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Residence
Richland Center
Canadian, American
Country
United States
28/02/1929
BirthDay
08/06/1867
Died On
April 9, 1959
USC School of Architecture (1954), Harvard University, Los Angeles City College, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Education
Madison high school, University of Wisconsin–Madison
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2011

Gehry’s first skyscraper was the New York by Gehry at 8 Spruce Street, completed in February 2011

2004

One such famous academic center is the Stata Center in MIT, completed in 2004

2003

This 2003 masterpiece, endowed with tremendous acoustics, was labeled as the centerpiece for neighborhood revitalization

1991

Among his designs, Chiat/Day building in Venice, constructed in 1991, is famous for binocular structures

1962

This took place after he returned to Los Angeles in 1962

1960

At times his style appears crude, but it is consistent with the California funk art movement of the 1960s and early 1970s

1991

The Fallingwater, a house designed by him was named the "best all-time work of American architecture” in 1991 by the American Institute of Architects

1959

After a career spanning seven decades, he died in 1959 at the age of 91

1943

It took him 16 years (1943-1959) to design the Solomon R

1932

His books ‘An Autobiography’ and ‘The Disappearing City’ were published in 1932

1930

His career as an architect slowed down due to the Great Depression during the 1930s

1927

This marriage lasted only four years before ending in 1927

1923

This claim proved to be a fact as the hotel was the only large structure to survive the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923

1915

He was commissioned by the Japanese Emperor to design the Imperial hotel in Tokyo in 1915

1909

In spite of being married with children, he fell in love with a married woman and left for Europe in 1909

1905

After the Unitarian church was burned down in 1905, he offered to build the Unity Temple on which he worked till 1909

1893

He was fired by Sullivan in 1893 for breach of contract

1886

He attended Madison high school and went to the University of Wisconsin-Madison as a special student in 1886

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Guggenheim Museum which is a cylindrical museum building considered to be one of the most important landmarks of the 20th century