Message - Re: What style of architecture would guuggenheim bilbao be???-HenryMoore?

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Posted by  JWmHarmon on March 31, 2003 at 03:17:31:

In Reply to:  What style of architecture would guuggenheim bilbao be??? posted by Akegata on March 30, 2003 at 05:13:40:

I suggest that we invent a new name for what has irreverently been called the "Blob" style.

How about calling it the HenryMoore style because of its similarity to the large scale Henry Moore sculptures done in bronze. Linked below is an example. Also coming to mind is Moore's "Nulear Energy", his large scale bronze in Chicago that marks the spot where the first controlled and sustained nuclear reaction took place.

We could also go with the "Gehry-esque style."

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