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Frank Gehry's Five-Building Project On Sunset Strip Gets The Green Light

The project will include (duh) both retail and residential spaces. [ more › ]

Frank Gehry’s Sunset Strip project is approved — ‘I will do my best to make you proud’

Five new buildings with architecture that’s classic Gehry Celebrity architect Frank Gehry’s big residential and retail project on the Sunset Strip is a go. The city’s planning commission on Thursday voted unanimously to give final approval...Show More Summary

1960s Chase Bank Building on Sunset Strip Nominated for Landmark Status

Bank proposed for demo as part of Frank Gehry project A Los Angeles man has nominated the Chase bank building on the eastern edge of the Sunset Strip for landmark status. If awarded, the historic designation could disrupt plans to demolish...Show More Summary

Is Frank Gehry Finally Building his Dream Home?

Renowned architect Frank Gehry has been talking for years about building a new home to free himself and his family from the quirky Santa Monica residence they've lived in since the 70s, one of his first big statements on deconstructivism. Show More Summary

Why your grandmother is still employed

People don't have a use-by date — 65 isn't a magic age after which workers merely plod along, doing routine work, bereft of creativity and new ideas. In 2014, Los Angeles' own Frank Gehry, now 87, opened two museums, one in Panama City and one in Paris. In 2015, a Gehry building opened in Sydney,...

Gagosian Gallery Rome opens exhibition of Frank Gehry's animated and dynamic light sculptures

last weekArts : Artdaily

Gagosian Gallery is presenting ?Frank Gehry: Fish Lamps,? an exhibition of Gehry?s animated and dynamic light sculptures. One of the most celebrated architects living today, Gehry?s career spans six decades and three continents. Known...Show More Summary

Photos: Frank Gehry Mansion In Malibu Can Be Yours For $33.9 Million

The home was designed for Burton Borman, who made his money in the insurance industry, in the 80s. [ more › ]

Frank Gehry’s Borman House is Back on the Market

The price has dropped a bit on this unique Broad Beach property A Frank Gehry-designed estate on one of the most exclusive stretches of beach in Malibu is once again looking for a buyer. In 2013, the six-bedroom home appeared on the market with a hefty $57.5 million price tag. Show More Summary

Tuesday Links: A Billionaire Art Center and Elite Sex Parties

4 weeks agoArts : Art Fag City

Ron Perelman is donating $75m to a new performance arts center that is planned for the World Trade Center site. It will be named after the billionaire. The center was originally planned to be designed by Frank Gehry but when the project stalled, his designs were shelved. Show More Summary

Can Frank Gehry and a coalition of advocates bring the L.A. River back to life?

Matthew Gandy is a Cambridge professor who lives closer to the Thames than to the L.A. River, but he's studied it for more than a dozen years, written about it in his book "The Fabric of Space," and here, he sizes up the river's comeback chances, and the daunting conflicts along the way. Find the...

Facebook's New Gehry Building Includes the World's Least Functional Bike Bridge

last monthTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

In 2012, Frank Gehry and Mark Zuckerberg posed for a series of photos hat sealed their intertwined fates: Gehry, arguably the world’s most famous architect , would design a new campus for Zuckerberg, arguably the world’s most powerful not-lizard person . Show More Summary

Watch Frank Gehry Explain What He Learned About the LA River

He’s been studying the river as a step of his master plan for the waterway When it was announced that Frank Gehry was leading a team that was working on a master plan for the Los Angeles River, the public response was mixed. Gehry didn’t...Show More Summary

Roundup: Christo's new floating walkways, national parks vandal sentenced, poop sculptures in Europe

A woman who vandalized rock formations at Western national parks is sentenced. Frank Gehry’s Los Angeles River plans are revealed — sort of. A symbol of innovative architecture for a poor community in Africa collapses. Plus: Checking out the new wing at London’s Tate Modern, trying to save an important...

Cautious, low-key launch for Frank Gehry's controversial L.A. River plan

last monthHealth : Booster Shots

The design team working with architect Frank Gehry on a controversial makeover of the Los Angeles River has begun to introduce its work to the public – but in a noticeably cautious and low-key way. River LA, the non-profit group that first hired Gehry’s office for more than a year ago, is not unveiling...

On the waterfront

Last week, 539 apartments designed by Frank Gehry and Norman Foster were made available for off-plan purchase. This was heralded… The post On the waterfront appeared first on The Spectator.

LA May Hand Out $185 Million to Fancy Frank Gehry Complex

The long-gestating Grand Avenue Project may finally be completed, but only with a lot of taxpayer money If there are any aspiring screenwriters in need of a setting for a TV drama, one that's chock full of twists and turns, hundredsShow More Summary

Home of the Day: Pocket listing with design pedigree

In a world full of wannabes, this creative, live/work loft designed by architect Frank Gehry and modern artist Charles Arnoldi is the real deal. The four-level space, once Arnoldi’s home, is being offered for sale with plans for a dramatic entryway developed by Seattle-based design firm  Olson...

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

The museum's iconic sails are covered in translucent gels French artist Daniel Buren has given his signature color treatment to Frank Gehry's Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris, and, mon dieu, is it a showstopper. The installation, "Observatory of Light," debuted Wednesday. Show More Summary

The Frank Gehry Effect: When Clients Serve The Architect

3 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“In the past, clients told architects what they wanted built. But today, because they believe that starchitects like Gehry will boost their profits or bestow cultural cachet, even the most powerful and influential developers, civic institutions, and foundations are eager to buy his brand and his plans. But it was the architect’s own house, the […]

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