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List of works by Frank Gehry

This list of works by Frank Gehry categorizes the work of the Pritzker Prize-winning architect. His buildings, including his private residence, have become tourist attractions. Many museums, companies, and cities seek Gehry's services as a badge of distinction, beyond the product he delivers.

Contents

  • Completed 1
  • Works in progress 2
    • Under-construction 2.1
    • Proposed 2.2
    • On Hold 2.3
  • Un-built 3
  • Other works 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Completed

Name City US State/
Country
Completed Other Information Image
David Cabin Idyllwild California 1958
Ronald Davis Studio & Residence Malibu California 1972 Renovated by Sue and Alex Glasscock, later owned by Patrick and Jillian Dempsey. Featured in Architectural Digest in 2014.[1]
Exhibit Center, Merriweather Post Pavilion, and Rouse Company Headquarters Columbia Maryland 1974
Sleep Train Pavilion Concord California 1975
Harper House Baltimore Maryland 1977
Gehry Residence[2] Santa Monica California 1971
Loyola Law School (various buildings)[3] Los Angeles California 1978-2002
Spiller House Venice California 1980
Santa Monica Place Santa Monica California 1980 Renovated from 2008-2010
Cabrillo Marine Aquarium San Pedro California 1981
Air and Space exhibit building, California Museum of Science and Industry Los Angeles California 1984
Edgemar Retail Complex Santa Monica California 1984
Norton House[4] Venice California 1984
Frances Howard Goldwyn Hollywood Regional Library Hollywood California 1985
Information and Computer Science/Engineering Research Facility (ICS/ERF)[5] Irvine California 1986 Demolished in 2007.
Sirmai-Peterson House[6] Thousand Oaks California 1984-86
Winton Guest House Owatonna Minnesota 1987 Moved in 2009 to its current location at the University of St. Thomas Gainey Conference Center.[7][8]
Yale Psychiatric Institute[9] Yale University, New Haven Connecticut 1989
Rockwell and Marna Schnabel House[10] Brentwood California 1986-89
Herman Miller factory (currently William Jessup University) Rocklin California 1987-89 Factory closed in 2001 and was purchased by William Jessup University. Underwent re-design by architect Russ Taylor prior to opening of campus in 2004.[11]
Vitra Design Museum Weil am Rhein Germany 1989
Chiat/Day Building Venice California 1991
Iowa Advanced Technology Laboratories[12] University of Iowa, Iowa City Iowa 1992
Disney Village Disneyland Paris, Marne-la-Vallée France 1992 Formerly Festival Disney
Olympic Fish Olympic Village, Barcelona Spain 1992
Frederick Weisman Museum of Art[13] University of Minnesota, Minneapolis Minnesota 1993
Center for the Visual Arts[14] Toledo Ohio 1993
Cinémathèque Française[15] Paris France 1994
Vitra International Headquarters[16] Basel Switzerland 1994
Siedlung Goldstein[17] Frankfurt Germany 1994
Energie Forum Innovation[18] Bad Oeynhausen Germany 1995
Dancing House[19][20] Prague Czech Republic 1995
Disney Ice (currently Anaheim Ice) Anaheim California 1995
Team Disney Anaheim[21] Anaheim California 1995
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Bilbao Spain 1997
Der Neue Zollhof[22] Düsseldorf Germany 1999
University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center[23] University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Ohio 1999
Condé Nast Publishing Headquarters Cafeteria[24] Times Square, New York City New York 2000
DZ Bank building Pariser Platz, Berlin Germany 2000
Experience Music Project Seattle Washington 2000
Gehry Tower Hanover Germany 2001
Issey Miyake (flagship store) New York City New York 2001
Weatherhead School of Management Peter B. Lewis building[25][26] Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Ohio 2002
Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts[27][28] Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson New York 2003
Maggie's Dundee, Ninewells Hospital[29][30] Dundee Scotland 2003
Walt Disney Concert Hall Los Angeles California 2003
Ray and Maria Stata Center[31] Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge Massachusetts 2004
Jay Pritzker Pavilion[32] Millennium Park, Chicago Illinois 2004
BP Pedestrian Bridge Millennium Park, Chicago Illinois 2004
MARTa Herford Herford Germany 2005
IAC/InterActiveCorp West Coast Headquarters West Hollywood California 2005
Marqués de Riscal Vineyard Hotel[33] Elciego Spain 2006
IAC Building Chelsea, New York City[34][35] New York 2007
Mariza show stage, at the Walt Disney Concert Hall[36] Los Angeles California 2007
Art Gallery of Ontario Toronto Ontario 2008 Renovation
Peter B. Lewis Library[37] Princeton University, Princeton New Jersey 2008
Serpentine Gallery 2008 Summer Pavilion[38] London England 2008 Temporary
Novartis Pharma A.G. Campus[39] Basel Switzerland 2009
Danish Cancer Society Counseling Center[40] Aarhus Denmark 2009
Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health[41] Las Vegas Nevada 2010
Ohr-O'Keefe Museum Of Art[42] Biloxi Mississippi 2010 Originally planned to open in 2006, hit by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Additional buildings to open in 2012
New World Center[43] Miami Beach Florida 2011
New York by Gehry at Eight Spruce Street[44] New York City New York 2011 First skyscraper[45]
Opus Hong Kong[46] Hong Kong Hong Kong 2011 12-story residential block located at 53 Stubbs Road, developed by Swire Group.
Pershing Square Signature Center[47] New York New York 2012 70,000 square foot non-profit performing arts center.
Duplex Residence[48] New Orleans Louisiana 2012 Designed and built for the Make It Right Foundation New Orleans. LEED Platinum rated
Maggie’s Hong Kong[49] Hong Kong Hong Kong 2013 First Maggie's Centres international location
Biomuseo[50] Panama City Panama 2014
Louis Vuitton Foundation for Creation[51][52][53] Paris France 2014
Dr Chau Chak Wing Building[54][55][56] University of Technology, Sydney Australia 2014

Works in progress

Under-construction

Proposed

On Hold

Un-built

Other works

  • Gehry created a series of furniture called Easy Edges. The series was in production from 1969 to 1973.

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  3. ^ The Loyola Law School at www.lls.edu
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  5. ^ "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow". Architect Magazine. 2011-03-02. Retrieved 2013-07-30. 
  6. ^ Jeffrey Head (October 21, 2009), 'Frank Gehry: The Houses,' a thoughtful retrospective Los Angeles Times.
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  9. ^ "Yale Psychiatric Institute at". Yale.edu. Retrieved 2011-08-30. 
  10. ^ Lauren Beale (January 7, 2013), Frank Gehry-designed Schnabel House in Brentwood sells for $9.5 million Los Angeles Times.
  11. ^ Rob Taylor (June 2003), From Aeron to Amen Metropolis Magazine.
  12. ^ Iowa Advanced Technology Laboratories at research.uiowa.edu
  13. ^ The Frederick Weisman Museum of Art at www.weisman.umn.edu
  14. ^ The Center for the Visual Arts at www.cva.utoledo.edu
  15. ^ Cinémathèque Française at www.galinsky.com
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  17. ^ The Siedlung Goldstein at thomasmayerarchive.de
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  20. ^ The Dancing House Photo 2
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  22. ^ Der Neue Zollhof at www.arcspace.com
  23. ^ The University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center at vontz.uc.edu
  24. ^ The Condé Nast Cafeteria at www.arcspace.com
  25. ^ The Peter B. Lewis Building at weatherhead.cwru.edu
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External links

  • Gehry Partners, LLP, Gehry's architecture firm
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