The City Is Characterized By A Single Museum- Guggenheim Bilbao by Frank Gehry

From Louvre Museum in Paris and Tate Modern in London to Guggenheim in Bilbao. Guggenheim Bilbao in Spain (1997) As a center of a commercial growth today, the city of Bilbao had struggled with a serious recession and an unemployment crisis back in 1980’s. Loosing its steel and shipbuilding industries led to an inevitable decline. Then, the city ultimately faced the underdevelopment of […]

Renzo Piano and His Enthusiasm for the Public Buildings

Just going through some of Renzo Piano’s interviews on his buildings and architectural philosophy, it was quite easy to catch his vision of building a museum and its organic interaction with the public. He kept mentioning openness and accessibility that does not create intimidation. The terms he used to describe his perspective of creating public space on a […]