Frank, Who Liked to Build: The Archi­tec­ture of Frank Gehry by Deb­o­rah Blu­men­thal

Frank, Who Liked to Build: The Archi­tec­ture of Frank Gehry by Deb­o­rah Blu­men­thal

Illus­tra­tor: Maria Brzo­zows­ka

One building looks like it’s been wrapped in tinfoil. Another looks like it’s buried under a pile of paint chips. Frank Gehry has been called “the most important architect of our age.” As a child, his parents thought of him as nothing but a dreamer. But Frank kept dreaming and playing, following his passions and becoming an architect who created astounding buildings that to this day attract millions of visitors worldwide.

Year first published: 2022

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