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Frank Lloyd Wright in 1957
Frank Lloyd Wright in 1957

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Frank Lloyd Wright, World Architect
The Guggenheim Museum's design is based on a spiral. There are no separate floor levels; instead floors are connected by a spiral ramp that visitors walk along to view art hung on curving walls. The curators, people who look after the art in a museum, complained that the walls were not suitable for displaying art. Nevertheless, today the building is recognized as one of the most interesting examples of modern architecture and considered one of Wright's masterpieces.
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