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Экскурсия в Бильбао с гидом - город современного музея Гуггенхайма | Туризм в Испании

Обзорная экскурсия в Бильбао - пешеходная прогулка с гидом по достопримечательностям города с посещением музея Гуггенхайма

AD Classics: The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao / Frank Gehry. ArchDaily article on the twentieth anniversary of the beginning of construction of Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Spain. Frank Gehry (architect). 1997 C.E. Titanium, glass, and limestone.

Completed in 1997 in Bilbo, Spain. Set on the edge of the Nervión River in Bilbao, Spain, the Guggenheim Museum is a fusion of complex, swirling forms and captivating materiality that...

Buildings That Show the Beauty of Deconstructed Architecture | Architectural Digest

From Zaha Hadid’s majestic MAXII in Italy to the stunning beauty of Frank Gehry’s Vitra Design Museum, these structures elevate the environment they were built in

Daily Overview on Instagram: "Bilbao is a city of about 350,000 people in the Basque Country of northern Spain. Its urban center, seen here along the River Nervión, features a grid of rectangular…

Daily Overview shared a post on Instagram: "Bilbao is a city of about 350,000 people in the Basque Country of northern Spain. Its urban center, seen here along the River Nervión, features a grid of rectangular buildings and wide avenues, which is based on a similar design used in Barcelona. Within this Overview is the Doña Casilda Iturrizar public park, Guggenheim Bilbao museum and the Abando Indalecio Prieto railway station, Bilbao’s central station. — Created by @dailyoverview Source…

What is the purpose of the architectural sketch in the era of computer-assisted…

What is the purpose of the architectural sketch in the era of computer-assisted design? Is it creative discipline, exploration—or egotism? All three could be argued to be the case when one looks at the sketches by Frank Gehry of 31 of his works, now on display at the Princeton Art Museum in a show appropriately called "Frank Gehry: On Line."