All around us, there’s evidence of a kind of logic to the way the world is created; its symmetry belies the incalculable irrationality behind humankind’s reckless treatment of the planet and extends into the constructions with which we embellish its surface.
At first sight, the works of Frank Gehry, as architectural objects, are grotesque fabrications and yet if the observer strips away all preconceptions of modern architecture, these entities take on a natural persona. They seem to grow out of the Earth’s crust like organic mineral matter, like gorgeous crystals or fabulous variegated fungi.
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