Message - Re: Gehry's museum in Bilbao, Spain

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Posted by  kulambo on September 24, 2003 at 09:47:58:

In Reply to:  Gehry's museum in Bilbao, Spain posted by Michelle on May 16, 2003 at 06:31:22:

good for you..
amyway, gehrys style is unconventional, yet lots of technology was use in the design process and also during the manufacturing of the museums parts and elements, its materials, assembling alone the frame is actually an engineering genius, ehh!!! the material for the skinor the cladding is made of one of the lightest and toughest mineral one can find, the design process too requires a lot of computer generated images and time to perfect gehrys vision of that museum which have in fact one of the modern worlds standard or choice for museum concept visually...even disneyland have embraced gehrys mind. gehry is a formalist not a comformist, or a trditionalist. just look at his original house, it like as if the carpenter had gone on strike and did not come back to complete it.

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